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(Salem, OR)  --  A bill that would require criminal background checks on private gun sales in Oregon is on its way to Governor Kate Brown's desk.  The House approved the measure yesterday on a 32-28 vote.  Supporters say the law would close a loophole that allows many gun buyers to avoid background checks.  Opponents say it would place a burden on gun enthusiasts and do little to stop gun violence.

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