House Gun Bill Day - March 6, 2018

MSI is urging our members and all who care about firearms rights to come out to Annapolis on Tuesday, March 6, 2018! This is gun bill day in the House of Delegates. No rally or formal hosted event is planned. So far 38 bills are scheduled for this day.

If you can, please make an effort to show your presence in Annapolis. There are a lot of 2A-related bills this year. If you can't attend, please try to visit your Delegate.  At a minimum, please let your Delegate know your views on these bills.  It doesn't have to be all the bills.  Please remember that civility in all communications is essential.

Resources:

Location:

House Office Building, 6 Bladen St., Annapolis, Maryland,

Times:

11:00 AM - Written testimony needs to be submitted on site by this time

12:30 PM- Oral testimony sign-up cutoff

1:00 PM - The hearing begins

This will probably go well into the evening, and maybe later.

In the past they have allowed people to testify who were not signed up, so if you can’t make the early times that does not necessarily mean you can’t testify. If you want someone to sign you up, please contact us at and we will do our best to get you signed up.


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