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Oregon Supreme Court Upholds Order Blocking Enforcement of New Gun Law

By Samantha Flom A new Oregon law that requires a permit for the purchase of firearms and bans large-capacity magazines will remain on hold after the state’s Supreme Court upheld a lower court’s temporary restraining order halting its enforcement. Ballot Measure 114, which was passed by Oregon voters on Nov. 8, was initially scheduled to take effect on Dec. […]

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Cartels Using Narco Slaves to Grow Illegal Marijuana on Industrial Scale in Oregon

By Scottie Barnes Seven years after Oregon legalized recreational marijuana, the market for cannabis is booming. But rather than propagate a legal agricultural sector that grows the state’s economy as intended, the industry has taken a dark turn in Southern Oregon. Today, it is cultivating an ecosystem of international organized crime, human trafficking, and environmental degradation. […]

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Oregon Senators Call for Investigation Into Alleged COVID-19 Statistical Manipulation

By Tammy Hung Oregon state Sens. Kim Thatcher and Dennis Linthicum, both Republicans, have petitioned Acting U.S. Attorney Scott E. Asphaug to launch a grand jury investigation into the measurement of COVID-19 statistics by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Thatcher and Linthicum submitted the petition in a letter (pdf) on Aug. 16 […]

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Oregon Police and Firefighters Sue Governor Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

By Tom Ozimek A coalition of Oregon police officers and firefighters have sued Gov. Kate Brown over a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for state employees. The plaintiffs—including the Oregon Fraternal Order of Police and the Kingsley Firefighters Association—argued in a lawsuit filed Friday in a Jefferson County court (pdf) that Brown’s executive order violates a number of laws and want it blocked. […]

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Oregon Governor Encourages People to Call Police on Neighbors Who Violate COVID-19 Restrictions

By GQ Pan Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said ahead of Thanksgiving that people in her state should call the police if they find out their neighbors are violating the latest public health restrictions, which includes lowering the number of people at private gatherings to six. “Look, this is no different than what happens if there’s a party down the street […]

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Oregon drivers stopped at gunpoint by groups protecting wildfire ravaged properties from looters: sheriff

By Danielle Wallace | Fox News The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office responded to more than 330 calls for service over the past week – a 400% increase from the previous week. Oregon drivers have been illegally stopped at gunpoint by armed groups patrolling evacuation zones over the past week as massive wildfires sweep through the West, destroying more than 1 million acres in […]

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Bend, Oregon activists block ICE bus, prompting federal agents’ response

By Brie Stimson | Fox News The protest spanned hours, as two unmarked ICE buses were blocked by protesters. Federal agents in Bend, Ore., clashed with hundreds of protesters late Wednesday night after an hours long standoff sparked by the arrest of two men by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers, who said they were a “threat to the public.” Bend’s episode, which is […]

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Florida Activists Secretly Ship Free Sex-Change Kits to Children Around the Country

By Jackson Elliott An Epoch Times investigation discovered a Florida activist group secretly sent hundreds of children transgender sex-change kits across the country. The “Build-A-Queer” kits contain breast binders, condoms, fake male genitalia called “packers,” tape used to bind and hide male genitalia, and more. Several of these items can potentially harm children, experts have […]

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Absentee Voting From Abroad Presents Myriad of Fraud Vulnerabilities in US Elections

By Beth Brelje Preliminary election results announced right after an election often include the caveat that officials still need to count the overseas military ballots before finalizing results. The general voting population in the United States promptly ignores that caveat and runs with the preliminary results. To them, overseas votes are an afterthought. But policy […]