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February 9, 2023

A legislative committee heard over 10 hours of testimony on a series of bills that would regulate specifically who can carry guns in public in Maryland, and where they can go while armed. A bill that would bar guns within 100 feet of courthouses, arenas, hospitals, libraries, hotels and any other “place of public accommodation” drew the most testimony by far, at more than six hours. It’s sponsored by Democratic Sen. Jeff Waldstreicher of Montgomery County.

Article Source: Baltimore Business Journal

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