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I 594 Answer

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by Wayne, May 27, 2015.

  1. Wayne

    Wayne Near Tacoma Active Member

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    I just called the sheriffs office to find out if it is still ok for me to take my daughter and her husband to my club/range and let them use my guns without a transfer. After speaking to 3 different people my final answer was they really did not know but don't worry about it as no one was going to arrest me for it or prosecute it. He also said he knew of no sheriff that understood it all or thought it was a good law. God , ya got to love this state and the wisdom of the voters.
     
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  2. mcfoto

    mcfoto Newberg Active Member

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    My understanding is that this type of scenario was addressed in addendum as it went through the state legislature. I also understand that most of law enforcement in Oregon do not have the resources or inclination to actively investigate violations. My impression is it will be one of the laws in their back pocket to deal with people breaking other laws giving them probable cause to investigate or arrest. Otherwise, as long as you are respectful and comply with their direction, they'll send you on your merry way.
     
  3. pdrake

    pdrake WA Active Member

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    Hey Wayne, I just thought of something. We should do exactly what you did, and randomly call our local PD or sheriff's office, daily. Keep asking this question. Until they go bonkers, and get the legislature to amend/revoke 594.

    State Patrol was first to state they would not enforce this silly initiative. I still predict it would be overturned in court on the basis of violating the "single subject rule" (see Wash. Const. Article II Section 19). The supreme court stated clearly in Amalgamated Transit that the single subject rule applied to initiatives.
    https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=1823136209530606834&q=I-695&hl=en&as_sdt=2,36

    Can anybody claim with a a straight face that I-594 did cover a single subject?
     
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  4. slimer13

    slimer13 Deer Park Well-Known Member

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    Act free and ignore that stupid bubblegum.
     
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  5. Fast Eddie

    Fast Eddie Vancouver Well-Known Member

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    Yes, harassing law enforcement always turns out well.
     
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  6. mcfoto

    mcfoto Newberg Active Member

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    +1. Outside of the People's Republic of Metro, most law enforcement officials are pro-second amendment. As was explained to me by one of Yamhill County's finest: it's not the cops you have to worry about when it comes to firearms. It's the DA's who are typically young lawyers, a bit on the left-leaning side of politics, and anxious to make their mark in the world who will foul you up.
     
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  7. Stomper

    Stomper Oceania Rising White Is The New Brown Silver Supporter

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    ^^^there it is, right there!^^^
     
  8. Dyjital

    Dyjital Albany, Ore Flavorite Member Bronze Supporter

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    i-594 = Washington
    SB941= Oregon

    Wrong state bud.
     
  9. mcfoto

    mcfoto Newberg Active Member

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    Ooops. That's very different. Never mind... (Emily Lattila voice)
     
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