Oregon Legislature And Lane Co. Move On Guns
It's always a politically risky move to vote for stronger regulations on guns, and the Oregon Legislature went there this year.
A month ago the governor signed a bill that requires background checks for all gun sales, even private person-to-person sales.
Senator Floyd Prozanski of Eugene shepherded the bill through the capitol.
And just a few weeks after it passed, Lane County Commissioners passed a resolution opposing the law, on grounds that it will cost counties more money to enforce.
We explore those moves and additional gun legislation in turn, starting with Sen. Prozanski.
He is followed by Lane County Commissioner Jay Bozievich, who is followed by Ceasefire Oregon Executive Director Penny Okamoto.