Senate Bill 758 would require that anyone who owns firearms that are located in Oregon possess discriminatory liability insurance for their firearms.
Senate Bill 760... would require that a person make a “good faith effort to retreat” before using physical force against an attacker.
Senate Bill 796... would require that applicants for CHLs perform a live fire demonstration and receive a score of at least 70 percent on a firing range test.
Senate Bill 699 would ban concealed handgun license (CHL) holders from carrying in the state Capitol, unless they receive written permission from the Legislative Administrator.
Senate Bill 700 would require that all private firearm transfers, except those between immediate family members, be subject to a criminal background check. These background checks would either have to be conducted directly through the Department of State Police or a through a licensed gun dealer, who may charge an unspecified fee. What’s more, the Department of State Police would be required to maintain the background information they obtain for a period of five years!
House Bill 3114... would authorize public universities, the Oregon Health and Science University, or community college districts to prohibit possession of firearms on campus, including by those who possess a valid CHL.
House Bill 3413... would create a crime of endangering a minor by allowing access to a firearm, which would be punishable by a maximum imprisonment for one year, a $6,250 fine, or both. HB 3413 would also prohibit the transfer of a firearm to anyone convicted of this new crime for a five-year period.