State v. Christian, 249 OrApp 1 (2012)

Holding:   A Portland City ordinance prohibiting most people from carrying a loaded firearm into a public place is not void on its face when measured against the 2nd Amendment or Article I, section 27 of the Oregon Constitution.

1)   The Portland Code’s declaration that it should be “construed so as to render it consistent with state criminal law” means courts can apply definitions found in state law to terms not defined in the code. at p. 5.

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