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(Salem, OR)  --  Oregon lawmakers are approving a bill that will take firearms away from people deemed a danger to themselves and others.  Senate Bill 719 allows a law-enforcement officer or a member of a person's family to petition a court for a one-year extreme risk protection order to prohibit them from possessing a deadly weapon.  Opponents argue it violates Second Amendment rights and attempts to forecast what crimes people will commit.  The bill is going to Governor Brown for her signature after passing in the House yesterday.

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