HB 3051 & 3093 Concealed Carry in other states - Oregon Victory

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  1. coupeowner

    coupeowner
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    Just heard on the radio that this passed 57-1

    HB 3093 Provides persons licensed to carry concealed handgun in another state with protections provided to persons with Oregon concealed handgun license if other state has no less stringent handgun competency requirement than Oregon

    Any confirmation?
     
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    According to the Oregon State Legislative Information System, HB3051 has been referred to the House Judiciary Committee - no votes have been taken.

    HB3093 was approved by the House, it now moves on to the Senate, where, if it passes, would then have to be signed by the Governor to become law. Unless there is some kind of opposition in the Senate, I suspect it should pass there too. It would be nice to see Oregon open up to reciprocity for a change.
     
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    As I noted above, it passed the House, and now has to go to the Senate. So no, it is not law.

    You can check the status of any bill by going to: https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2015R1

    Up at the top right, click on "bills" and enter the number you want to check. Doing that, you'll see that the bill passed the House and is awaiting action by the Senate. This stuff is updated pretty regularly.
     
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  5. Hawaiian

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    If passed, it would not apply for WA as they do not require a 'safety' class as Oregon does.
     
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  6. Ralgha

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    Shocking that they would pass this.
     
  7. Deebow

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    This sounds like it will be vague enough that it won't be a problem.

    If you have an LE contact and you are an out of state permit holder, this will be the only time it might be an issue. I don't get stopped by the cops much, I so I don't run into too many problems.

    I carry everywhere, and I don't go that many places that aren't free or 2A friendly.
     

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