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(Salem, OR)  --  A background-check bill relating to gun purchases is advancing in the Oregon Legislature, after it underwent changes by a House panel.  The House Judiciary Committee approved an amendment that would extend Oregon's three-day waiting period for gun sales to ten days.  Gun buyers would still be able to obtain a firearm if their background checks are delayed.  The bill is being sent to the full House for debate.

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