Thatcher rep: ‘No reason this bill should have been killed’

A bill that might have addressed a shooting range across from Keizer in Polk County appears to have died with barely a whimper last week in the Oregon Legislature. 

The bill (Senate Bill 1040) would have allowed the owner, operator, lessee of the property to be held liable for injuries resulting from bullets leaving the range. The individual discharging the firearm might also have been held liable if the final bill had gone to . . .

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