Oregon sheriffs won't enforce new gun law: ‘Infringes on Second Amendment’

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County sheriffs in Oregon are taking a stand against the state's newly-adopted gun law and say they will not enforce a major piece of the law that sets limits on magazine capacity because it violates the Second Amendment, wastes law enforcement resources and is the product of "pure anti-gun politics."

Measure 114, known as the Reduction of Gun Violence Act, was approved by Oregon voters in last week's midterm election.

The new law outlaws ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 rounds, and requires police to maintain an electronic, searchable database of all firearm permits, provide additional hands-on firearm training, and collect fingerprints from people before issuing permits to purchase a gun.

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