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The chamber's bipartisan adoption of the bill coincidentally came one day after a gunman killed 17 people at a Florida high school. Kate Brown's top priorities for the five-week session now underway.
She tweeted Thursday, "This is a lifesaving policy that will help keep our promise to families across the state to keep our communities safe." More than 250 Oregonians were killed by domestic abusers from 2003 to 2012, according to data from the Oregon Health Authority.
Members of the Oregon House of Representatives passed legislation Thursday that would expand the number of people banned from owning guns because of domestic violence or stalking convictions.
More than one lawmaker cried on the House floor while discussing the damage that a raging person can do with a gun.
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Supporters of the bill passed Thursday have argued that the loophole leaves women vulnerable to being shot by abusers they are dating but not married to.
"A person who assaults their boyfriend or girlfriend is no less guilty of domestic violence than someone who assaults their husband or wife," said House Majority Leader Jennifer Williamson, D-Portland, adding that she believes the loophole represents "a significant flaw" in Oregon's firearms regulations. Jeff Barker, an Aloha Democrat who coauthored the bill, said he believes it will close a "dangerous loophole" allowing domestic abusers to own guns.
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