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pdf.pngTestimony on HB 991

Testimony on HB 991 - Magazine Ban

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 819

Testimony on HB 819 - HPRB Repeal

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 792

Testimony on HB 792 - Permit Expiration

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 760

Testimony on HB 760 - School Carry

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 730 and HB 1031 T

Testimony on HB 730 and HB 1031 - Transfer Definition

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 692

Testimony on HB 692 - Appeal

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 534

Testimony on HB 534 - Medical Marijuana

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 466

Testimony on HB 466 - Microstamping

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 402

Testimony on HB 402 - Black Powder

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 29

Testimony on HB 29 - Preliminary Approval

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 1659

Testimony on HB 1659 - Out of State Purchases

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 1538

Testimony on HB 1538 - Repeal of Restrictions

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 1441

Testimony on HB 1441 - Medical Marijuana

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 1413

Testimony on HB 1413 - Permit Expiration

pdf.pngTestimony on HB 1189

Testimony on HB 1189 - Peace order Permits

pdf.pngTestimony on HB825

Disqualification time of Offense

pdf.pngTestimony - Magazine ban on capacity greater than 10 rounds HOT

Possesion ban on magazines having a capacity of greater than 10 rounds of amunition

pdf.pngTestimony - Handgun Permit Review Board Repeal

Testimony in opposition to proposed legislation that would  eliminate the Handgun Permit Review Board.

pdf.pngTestimony - Bump Stock Bill HOT

Testimony about the Bump Stock Ban legislation

pdf.pngTestimony on Handgun permits and Medical Marijuana - SB602 - 2018

Testimony on Handgun permits and Medical Marijuana - SB602 - 2018

Latest News

Medical Marijuana and Guns

With the recent changes in Maryland law concerning medical marijuana, see MD Code, Health - General, § 13-3304 et seq., and the push to legalize the use of marijuana in Maryland, a recurring issue is how such marijuana use would affect your Second Amendment rights.  The short answer is that it may well act to abrogate those rights by (1) barring a FFL from selling a firearm to such a user and (2), by making such a user a prohibited person under federal law.

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Supreme Court Denies MSI's Petition for Cert in Kolbe!

Well no surprise, Brian Frosh, as Maryland Attorney General, has opposed our Petition for Certiorari (definition) in Kolbe.  We are shocked (not really).  You can find that opposition here.

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