I'm feeling a bit grouchy today. The Oregon state law says that permits will be delivered within 45 days. Today is day 45 and no permit. Is there an oversight body that monitors whether counties are complying with the state law? Unless the Marion County sheriff CHL unit is very busy I have the distinct impression that they are not making any particular efforts to comply. Quite the contrary. Forum members note that Marion County routinely delivers on day 44 or 45. In this case I received notice on day 40 to go to the OSP for a redo of fingerprints as those done at the Sheriff's office were rejected--something anticipated by the lady at the Sheriff's office. I received the notice on Saturday and delivered the OSP prints to the Sheriff's office on Monday. Twenty additional dollars later it is confirmed I have no fingerprints. The lady that did the original prints at the Sheriff's office was aware of this and it seems that she could have been proactive in an effort to meet the 45 day mandate.