ASHLAND, Ore. — A plan to restrict open carry of loaded guns in Ashland was thrown out Tuesday night by the Ashland City Council. Councilors have been discussing the ordinance, but at Tuesday night’s meeting decided that it was an “unenforceable law” and therefore scrapped it entirely.
It was voted 5 to 1 to trash the ordinance. Now, it will no longer be apart of the council’s agenda. If someone wishes to bring it up again, they will have to introduce it as a new item and the process will have to start all over again.