Maryland residents are again penalized in Pennsylvania. Under the current PA CCW permit policy, a non-resident of PA cannot obtain a non-resident CCW permit unless they possess a CCW permit from their state of residency. So, even though I have a Utah non-residence CCW permit, PA will not honor it because I don't have (and we all know it is impossible to get) a MD CCW permit. This is akin to telling residents of RI they can't drive in TX because they don't drive in a big state. I am so ready to leave the Democratic Peoples Republic of Maryland! Also, I found out the PA AG that came up with this BS law in in jail for 18 months for other bad decisions she made.
There are still a few non-resident permits that the Inmate General was unable to mess with. Texas and New Hampshire come to mind, although I believe the training for a Texas permit has to be taken in Texas so that might be somewhat inconvenient. I think that there might be a few Marylanders who have obtained a NH non-resident but I don't know off the top of my head exactly what that entails.
In a huge decision authored by Judge O'Scannlain, a split panel of the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has ruled that Hawaii's ban on open carry outside the home in that state violates the Second Amendment under any level of scrutiny. The decision, Young v. Hawaii, can be found here. The decision is very scholarly, carefully reasoned and a powerful statement that the Second Amendment is not a "second-class" right or a constitutional "orphan."