Oregon AG wants to delay some of M114's new gun restrictions

A man enters a gun shop in Salem before Oregon voters approved new restrictions.

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum announced Sunday night that state's Department of Justice wants a postponement of some provisions in Measure 114, the new gun law recently approved by voters.

Measure 114 is scheduled to take effect Thursday, Dec. 8. It is already facing legal challenges from a number of groups, one of which includes an Oregon county sheriff.