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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 HOT

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

pdf.pngTestimony on handgun permits and protective orders - SB497 and HB1189 - 2018

Testimony on handgun permits and protective orders - SB497 and HB1189 - 2018

pdf.pngTestimony on Wear and Carry Permit expiration - SB472 and HB792 - 2018

Testimony on Wear and Carry Permit expiration - SB472 and HB792 - 2018

pdf.pngTestimony on Black Powder Legislation - HB402 and SB448 2018

Testimony on Black Powder Legislation - HB402 and SB448 2018

pdf.pngHulbert and MSI Lawsuit vs MD Capital Police HOT

Hulbert and MSI Lawsuit vs MD Capital Police

pdf.pngGun Show Primer 2018 HOT

Gun Show Primer 2018

pdf.pngMGA2018 SB196 - Shall Issue HOT

SB196 would seek to change the state of Maryland from a May Issue state to a Shall Issue state when it comes to wear and carry permits.

pdf.pngMGA 2018: SB126 - Maryland Appeals

SB126 seeks to change the appeals rules on firearm offenses.

pdf.pngGA2018 - Testimony on SB99 Self Defense HOT

Maryland Shall Issues position on 2018 Legislative Session Bill SB99, which allows would allow for self-defense to be considered a Good-and-Substantial reason for obtaining a carry permit.

pdf.pngGA2018 - Testimony on SB27 Preliminary Approval

Maryland Shall Issues position on 2018 Legislative Session Bill SB27, which allows an individual to apply for a carry permit prior to receiving the mandated training.

pdf.pngHow to Testify in Annapolis

With the 2018 Maryland General Assembly underway, it's a good time to brush up on how things work in Annapolis and how to let your voice be heard.

pdf.pngKolbe Reply Brief for Petitioners

MSI's reply brief to the State's opposition on our petition for cert.

pdf.pngKolbe Cert Opposition

MD's opposition to our cert petition for Kolbe.

pdf.pngWrenn & Grace Rehearing En Banc Denial

DC Circuit courts decision to deny rehearing en-banc inWrenn & Grace

pdf.pngHQL Memorandum and Order re Dismissal

HQL Lawsuit Denial of motion to dismiss

Latest News

Wear and Carry Permit lawsuit

Maryland Shall Issue (MSI) applauds the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) announcement of its support of a new challenge against the State of Maryland's unfair and discriminatory wear and carry permit system in federal district court.  The case name is Malpasso v. Pallozzi, No. 18-1064 (D. MD).  The Maryland State Rifle and Pistol Association, which is the NRA's Maryland state organization, is also a named plaintiff. The lawsuit candidly acknowledges that the relief sought "is contrary to Woollard v. Gallagher, 712 F.3d 865 (4th Cir. 2013), but alleges that the Fourth Circuit's decision in Woollard was "wrongly decided" for the "reasons explained in Wrenn v. District of Columbia, 864 F.3d 650 (D.C. Cir. 2017), and that the purpose of the suit is "to seek to have Woollard overturned."  The suit is thus similar to complaints filed by the same counsel in New York (New York State Rifle and Pistol Association, Inc. v. Beach, No. 18-134 (N.D.N.Y.)), and in New Jersey (Rogers v. Grewal, No. 18-1544 (D.N.J.)) in which existing adverse Second Circuit and Third Circuit precedent is challenged in the same way. These suits all take advantage of the "circuit split" created by the D.C. Circuit's decision in Wrenn. The resolution of such circuit splits is often the reason that cases are reviewed in the Supreme Court. 

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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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