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pdf0HQL Lawsuit: Amicus Brief in SupportHOT

An amicus brief was filed in support of our petition by: CATO INSTITUTE NATIONAL SHERIFFS' ASSOCIATION SECOND AMENDMENT FOUNDATION INDEPENDENCE INSTITUTE

pdf1WrennGraceDecisionHOT

The DC Circuit's decision in Wrenn v DC and Grace v DC

pdf2Kolbe Petition for Certiorari.pdfHOT

Kolbe Cert Petition

pdf32017 MSI Glock Fundraiser RaffleHOT

Poster detailing the MSI Fundraiser, raffling off a Glock to raise litigation funds.

pdf4HQL Lawsuit: The State's Reply to MSI's ResponseHOT

The State's Reply to MSI's response to the State's Motion to dismiss.

pdf5Peruta Cert ReplyHOT
pdf6Binderup Gura Cert PetitionHOT
pdf7Binderup BriefHOT
pdf8Binderup Petition for CertHOT
pdf9Peruta Brief For State Of California In OppositionHOT
pdf10Peruta Final Cert PetitionHOT
pdf11Binderup BriefHOT
pdf12GS2017-MSI-Testimony on SB 946HOT
pdf13GS2017-MSI-Testimony on SB 224bHOT
pdf14HQL Lawsuit: Our Response to the Motion to DismissHOT

Our Memo in Opposition to the State's motion to dismiss in the HQL Lawsuit

pdf15Blazing Sword Guest SpeakerHOT

Announcement of our Guest Speaker from Blazing Sword, Erin Palette

pdf16Campus Gun Ban Bill - Response to QuestionsHOT

Response to questions raised during the hearing on Jan 31, 2017 for the Campus Gun Ban Bill.

pdf17GA 2017 - HB159 Campus Carry TestimonyHOT

Mark Pennak's written testimony against HB159

pdf18Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017HOT

Initial filing of the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 by Rep. Hudson of North Carolina.

pdf19HQL Amended ComplaintHOT

The Revised Complaint for the HQL Lawsuit, filed on Dec 28, 2016

Latest News

Montgomery County Bill 21-22E is in Effect

It is now practically impossible for anyone other than active police officers and security guards to lawfully carry a firearm for personal defense in public within Montgomery County.


On 11/28/2022, Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich signed Bill 21-22E into law. The Bill goes into effect immediately. The Bill has now banned the possession, transport, sale or transfer of any firearm in countless locations across Maryland's most populous county. It is now legally very risky to carry a firearm in Montgomery County with a wear and carry permit. Bill 21-22E repealed the prior exemption for permit holders and then imposes its bans on a long list of locations, including within 100 yards of such locations.  It is simply impossible, as a practical matter, to possess and transport a firearm in the County in public with a wear and carry permit in compliance with the County's gun laws. That is because it is nearly impossible to move around the County without entering one or more of the many 100-yard exclusion zones enacted by Bill 21-22E. 

MSI Bill Tracker - 2023 Maryland General Assembly Regular Session

2023 Gun Bill Tracker Graphic

This tracker follows legislation and lawmakers in the Maryland General Assembly. It serves as an easily searchable gun and self-defense-related bill database for supporters of the right to keep and bear arms.

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Key:
Red ❌= Oppose
Green ✅= Support
Light Green ✅= Support with Amendment
Blue ℹ️= Informational Testimony Only (provides knowledge for the committee on the bill without taking a position)
Gray = Position Pending or None Taken

HOW TO TESTIFY
MSI Guide - Tips For Your Testimony in the Maryland General Assembly

To Sign-up to testify, you MUST make a MyMGA Account!
DO SO HERE


Find your representatives HERE
Committee Contacts can be found HERE

Contact Info

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Maryland Shall Issue®, Inc.
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