The federal judge who on Dec. 6 refused to issue a temporary restraining order blocking Oregon’s gun control Measure 114 from taking effect offered some curious logic in her ruling that would have allowed one provision of the measure — a ban on the sale of gun magazines that hold more than 10 rounds — to take effect Thursday, Dec. 8.

U.S. District Judge Karin J. Immergut’s ruling was superseded several hours later, at least temporarily, by a ruling from Robert S. Raschio, judge in Harney County Circuit Court (Raschio is also the judge for the Grant County Circuit Court).

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