Gun rights advocates pen initiative for November ballot

A local group of gun activists have recently submitted an initiative to the Yamhill County Clerk's Office to protect their Second Amendment rights. 

According to the initiative, titled Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance (SAPO), the key organizers are seeking to protect gun rights as originally denoted in the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The organizers listed on the initiative are Lafayette residents Joe Munger, Brandye Munger and Crystal Poulsom, as well as Titus Jones, of Sheridan. Though efforts to reach them were unsuccessful as of press time Tuesday morning, the initiative contains the key points they are trying to attain. 

The ordinance is essentially focused on preserving constitutional gun rights from being infringed upon by either the state or federal governments.

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