"[P]etitioners argue that, if a commonly understood meaning of "assault weapons" exists, it refers to military-style weapons, not semiautomatic weapons with the types of features described in IP 43 (many of which, they contend, are "standard"). We cannot say whether that 170 Beyer v. Rosenblum is so, but we do agree (as does the Attorney General) that different voters reasonably could draw different meanings from the term "assault weapons"—some might think that it refers to only military-style weapons; some might think that it refers to the types of weapons that are described in IP 43; and some might think that it refers to an even more broad group of weapons."
"[G]iven the particular definitions set out in IP 43, section 3, we conclude that the caption could accurately state that the proposed measure would criminalize the possession and transfer of many semiautomatic weapons, as well as magazines holding over 10 rounds. We refer the caption to the Attorney General for modification."
You can read the full Ballot Title Opinion here. http://oregonoutdoorcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/IP-43-Ballot-Title-Opinion.pdf
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