(Salem, OR) -- Oregon's new gun law that was to take effect on Thursday is now on hold after a Harney County Circuit Court Judge issued a preliminary injunction. A hearing is set for next Tuesday. The Oregon Attorney General could challenge the decision before the state Supreme Court. A federal judge in Portland allowed the new law to take effect but issued a 30-day stay on the required permit process after law enforcement agencies argued it couldn't be in place by Thursday. Ballot Measure 114 would establish a permit and training requirement to buy a gun, and ban magazines with over ten rounds.