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SB 1594 (CHL School Ban) dies in Senate

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by dogbait, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. dogbait

    dogbait East of Portland New Member

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  2. CharonPDX

    CharonPDX Portland, OR Active Member

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    And HB 4045 (CHL privacy) passed overwhelmingly (24-5 with 1 absent.) With the hilarious retort by Senator Girod.

    Sen Girod: "Potential conflict of interest."
    Senate President Courtney: "Go ahead"
    Sen Girod: "I have a CHL"
    Senate President Courtney: "To the bill"
    Sen Girod: "To the bill: It's nobody's business."
    Then he sat down.

    HB 4045 will have to go back to the House, as it includes the "judicial review" amendment, but it should pass easily again over there.
     
  3. DOA

    DOA Aloha, OR -185th & TV Hwy Active Member

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    Watching. Thank you, for keeping us updated!
     
  4. drew

    drew OR Well-Known Member

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    boxer13 PNW Active Member

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    As a registered democrat I feel like I need to say this: Thank you Betsy Johnson for actually doing what is right despite the rest of the party being idiots.

    To Mr. Edwards and Prozanski, I cannot wait until I can vote you out of office and hopefully the rest of these awful Democrats.
     
  6. Norm0931

    Norm0931 Hillsboro, OR Sgt. Sheep Silver Vendor 2016 Volunteer

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    I'm upset about Starr being absent. I called his office yesterday and was assured he would vote no on SB-1594. Yet, he knew he would miss the vote because his kid had a doctor's appointment that was scheduled well in advance. So, his staff blatantly lied to me. Also, while I understand that children are important, I think this issue, specifically affecting constitutional rights, is something you shouldn't just get an excused absence for. Show your kids that the Constitution is important.
     
  7. Cougfan2

    Cougfan2 Hillsboro, OR Well-Known Member

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    I was wondering about that. I wouldn't be so upset with Starr. I don't know what the Dr's appt. was about, it could have been something minor or somthing serious, but nothing is as important as family. That being said, I'd like to hear an answer from him as to why his staff outright lied about it.

    I would guess he knew the bill would fail. Most of the Senators know well in advance if their vote is going to be needed on a close bill, but that's no reason for his staff to lie about it.
     
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    Caleqs Eugene, OR Member

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    Can someone find out who voted yes? I can't find it anywhere?
     
  9. pokerace

    pokerace Newberg Well-Known Member

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    See what happens wwhen you write them several times..It does work..
    here is what I got from NRA



    Campus Gun Ban Defeated in Oregon
    Gun owners in the Beaver State should be pleased that the state Senate passed House Bill 4045, Concealed Handgun License (CHL) confidentiality legislation sponsored by state Representative Kim Thatcher (R-25), by a 24 to 5 vote. Furthermore, Senate Bill 1594, the last-minute campus gun ban introduced by state Senate President Peter Courtney (D-11), was defeated by a 15 to 14 vote
     
  10. sprice37

    sprice37 Albany Oregon Active Member

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    @caleqs erxtrapolate. Thankfully it died
     
  11. CharonPDX

    CharonPDX Portland, OR Active Member

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    The Senators who voted yes were:

    Bates
    Prozanski
    Beyer
    Edwards
    Courtney
    Hass
    Steiner Hayward
    Burdick
    Devlin
    Rosenbaum
    Shields
    Dingfelder
    Monroe
    Monnes Anderson

    Starr (running for Labor Commissioner,) was "excused". Read in to that what you will.
     
  12. Teufel_Hunden

    Teufel_Hunden Albany, Oregon Active Member

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    This was too close!


    I'm not sure what you meant here....

    In any case we need to thank those that opposed this measure!
     
  13. Caleqs

    Caleqs Eugene, OR Member

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    Thanks Charon.
     
  14. drew

    drew OR Well-Known Member

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    Joanne Verger also broke ranks.
     
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    drew OR Well-Known Member

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    It was meant to let them know how you feel. I believe a chorus of boos, angry letters, or something similar would be appropriate.

    I agree with thanking those who opposed this piece of legislation. It really appeared out of thin air.
     
  16. Teufel_Hunden

    Teufel_Hunden Albany, Oregon Active Member

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    Sorry....Maybe I'm a little thick.


    Agreed.....was a product of Prozanski.


    He needs to be retired!
     
  17. dogbait

    dogbait East of Portland New Member

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    Indeed. Both democrats received a phone call / email with a Thank You for protecting our rights.
     
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    pcoast Clark County, Wa New Member

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    Will Kitzhaber sign the bill?
     
  19. pokerace

    pokerace Newberg Well-Known Member

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    Write to him I did...
     
  20. CharonPDX

    CharonPDX Portland, OR Active Member

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    To avoid confusion, the CHL school ban died. It was a product of Burdick, with the support of Courtney, and while Prozanski voted for it, it was not "his bill". (His bill was the dead-in-his-own-committee reciprocity bill, and the from-the-house privacy bill was brought to the floor by him.) The CHL school ban will NOT be going to the governor, as it did not pass.

    The separate (there is a thread for it somewhere,) CHL privacy bill passed with enough numbers in both the House and Senate to override a Governor veto - although Kitzhaber hasn't said one way or another what he would do. (I imagine he'll sign it - it would be a pointless statement to veto it.)