(Salem, OR) -- A compromise in the Oregon Senate ended a Republican walkout that lasted more than month. Two bills were quickly amended on Thursday and passed. A reproductive health care bill protects abortions and health care providers. It also allows children younger than 15 to get abortions without parental consent when the provider determines physical or mental health is at risk. A gun control bill was changed so that it only prohibits ghost guns from being made in the state. Another bill that would have put most provisions of the voter-approved gun control Ballot Measure 114 into effect appears to have been sidelined.