Gun measure 114

Measure 114 would require a permit to purchase a gun in the state and ban the sale or transfer of gun magazines that hold more than 10 rounds.

Oregon Measure 114, which would regulate firearms, was too close to call in early tallies in Tuesday’s election, with 51% of voters approving the measure and 49% voting "no," according to preliminary unofficial results.

Three other statewide measures, none as controversial as Measure 114, had mixed results.

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