There are no new gun control bills being advanced in the legislature currently, and it appears that there will be no further bills submitted this year. According to the news report in the link at the bottom of this page, the legislature is current tied up with: 1) A big battle over fine tuning Oregon's new recreational Marijuana law. This is turning out to be quite a contentious battle. It seems that the law was not written very well, and needs lots of fixes. 2) A transportation bill to fund road and highway work. This is critically needed, but requires a single Republican vote in the House, in order to pass the big State Gas Tax increase that is part of the bill. Republicans are holding out on doing this though, and are demanding that Democrats role back some of the provisions just past in the recent Clean Fuels bill. It has been widely predicted that this legislation will bring about a dramatic increase in Oregon gas prices. This has turned into a very divisive issue, with some Democrats now joining with Republicans in saying that the just past legislation went too far, and needs to be adjusted. 3) Liberals within the Democrat party are continuing to press for a large increase in Oregon's minimum wage. Once again, there are some Democrats siding with Republicans against this legislation. So this is another controversial matter that is taking up a lot of time in an attempt to create a bill that can pass. House Speaker Tina Kotek of Portland is refusing to let this bill die. and is trying her best to advance it. So pot, our roads, and the minimum wage may combine to spare us from any new gun control laws this year. And next year is a short session, which would greatly hamper any new controversial gun laws being past. The legislature often struggles just to pass the budget in short session years. Plus, it is an election year too, and the Oregon's Democratic Party is not dumb enough to pass new gun control just months before an election. See this news article for complete details: http://registerguard.com/rg/news/lo...-favored-bills-as-session-winds-down.html.csp .