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pdf.pngLetter To Sun re HB 786 HOT

Letter to Sun on Delegate Atterbeary

 

pdf.png2019 MGA Written Testimony in Opposition to SB1000 and HB1343 - Public Safety - Handgun Permit Review Board - Repeal HOT

n regard to: SB1000 and HB1343

pdf.pngMGA2019: Written Testimony in Opposition to SB8 - Criminal Law - Computer-Aided Firearm Fabrication - Prohibitions HOT

In reference to: SB8

pdf.png2019 MGA Testimony in Opposition to HB740 and SB882 - Criminal Law – Firearms – Computer–Aided Fabrication and Serial Number (3D Printed Firearms & Ghost Guns) HOT
pdf.png2019 MGA Testimony in Support of HB342, HB541, and SB115 - Public Safety - Permit to Carry, Wear, or Transport a Handgun - Qualifications HOT

In reference to: HB342HB541, and SB115

pdf.png2019 MGA Testimony in Opposition to HB468 and SB441 - Public Safety - Access to Firearms - Storage Requirements HOT

In reference to: HB468 and SB441

pdf.png2019 MGA Testimony in Opposition to HB786 and SB737 - Public Safety - Rifles and Shotguns - Transactions HOT

In reference to: HB786 and SB737

pdf.png2019 MGA Testimony in Opposition to HB92 - Public Safety - Handgun Permits - Payment of Fees HOT

In reference to: HB92

pdf.png2019 MGA Testimony in Opposition to HB612 - Public Safety - Regulated Firearms - Colt AR-15 Sporter H-BAR Rifle HOT

In reference to: HB612

pdf.png2019 MGA Testimony in Opposition to HB95 - Public Safety - Firearms Disqualifications - Antique Firearm (Shadé's Law) HOT

In reference to: HB95

pdf.png2019 MGA Testimony in Opposition to HB96 and SB346 - Public Safety - Regulated Firearms - Transfer HOT

In reference to: HB96 and SB346

pdf.png2019 MGA Information Only Testimony on SB97 and HB749 - Firearms - Right to Purchase, Possess, and Carry - Use of Medical Cannabis HOT

In reference to: SB97 and HB749

pdf.png2019 MGA Testimony in Opposition to SB113 - Public Safety - Handgun Permits - Payment of Fees HOT

In reference to: SB113

pdf.pngBrief of Appellants Final HOT

Filed in the 4th circuit. 

pdf.pngAppendix to the Brief of Appellants in bump stock case HOT

Appendix to the brief of appellants in MSI v. Hogan bump stock case

pdf.pngAppendix to the Brief of Appellants in bump stock case HOT

Appendix to brief

pdf.pngReply in support of SJ Motion HQL Suit HOT

Plaintiffs' reply in support of motion for summary judgment and in opposition to the State's motion for summary judgment in the HQL litigation.

pdf.pngTestimony on SB 860 Transfers HOT

Testimony on SB 860 (2018 General Assembly) on transfers

pdf.pngOpposition to State Motion to Dismiss HOT

Opposition of Plaintiffs to State's motion to dismiss in Hulbert v. Pope, et al.

Latest News

Handgun Qualification License ON TRIAL!

We are pleased that the court of appeals has allowed this important Second Amendment challenge to the Maryland Handgun Qualification License (HQL) to proceed to the merits.  We look forward to further proceedings in District Court.

You can read the opinion from the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit HERE

Court Uphold's MD's Taking of Rapid Fire Trigger Activators

 

In a sharply split, 2-1 decision, a panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit has held that Maryland may ban the possession of "Rapid Fire Trigger Activators" by existing owners without paying just compensation under Fifth Amendment or the Maryland Constitution.  The majority ruled that no just compensation was owed to existing, lawful owners because the ban “does not require owners of rapid fire trigger activators to turn them over to the Government or to a third party.”  In short, as far as this majority is concerned, the State is free to ban the possession of any personal property without paying just compensation unless the State puts the property into its own pocket or the pocket of a third party.  If that is the law, then no personal property, of any kind, is safe from the grasping clutches of the General Assembly.  For example, the State could ban possession of your existing car and not pay a dime.  The dissenting opinion ably demolishes the majority's reasoning.  Needless to say, we will be seeking further review.

You can read the ruling HERE.  Stay tuned.

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