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What new Maryland laws go into effect Oct. 1? Repeal of spousal defense, updates on drug policy, firearms changes and more.

September 25, 2023
Close up view of Maryland state flag in front of the capitol state house in Annapolis, MD.

Beginning Oct. 1, people with concealed-carry permits will be banned from bringing their firearms into numerous public places. They include public and private elementary, middle or high schools, health care facilities, buildings owned or leased by the state or local government, public or private university buildings, active polling places, electrical plants or electrical storage facilities, gas plants, nuclear power facilities, stadiums, museums, racetracks, video lottery facilities, venues that serve alcohol or cannabis for on-site consumption, and private property unless the owner has given express permission to do so.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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