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Oregon wants high
court to toss orders blocking gun measure

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The state attorney general has petitioned the Oregon Supreme Court to either toss out a circuit judge’s rulings that block the implementation of a new, voter-approved gun safety measure or else explain why the rulings should stand.Assistant Attorney General Robert A. Koch argued in court filings Friday that intervention by the state’s high court is necessary to allow “the will of the people of Oregon” to proceed . . .