Bill addressing shooting range moves to floor

A bill that would supply an extra avenue of recourse to Keizer residents impacted by shooting taking place at a Polk County quarry passed put of the Oregon Senate Committee on Judiciary with a 6-1 consensus Tuesday, April 9.

The bill (Senate Bill 1040), which is highly site-specific, allows the owner, operator, lessee of the property to be held liable for injuries resulting . . .

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