On Oct. 1, Maryland’s new gun registration law goes into effect. Those in support of the new law will roll out a radio ad Tuesday praising the law as a life saver.
Marylanders in a rush to get guns before the new state restrictions take effect are clogging the system. Now the governor’s solution to moving thousands of applications through the background checks is causing controversy.
This fall, Maryland will have some of the toughest gun laws in the nation. But some lawmakers and clergy members say more protections are still needed. Several groups are driving that message cross-country.
In Baltimore City, the frustration over the recent gun violence continues to grow after two shootings, including one in Fells Point. City leaders are now working to control a dangerous mix of gangs and guns.
Maryland’s attorney general is weighing whether to ask the state’s highest court to reconsider a ruling that overturned a mandatory minimum sentence of a defendant with a prior felony drug conviction for carrying a handgun.
A new report finds that Maryland is among the top five states with the greatest number of guns federally licensed gun dealers reported lost or stolen last year.
An ad praising Maryland’s recently signed gun control measure will soon hit the airwaves.
Governor O’Malley signs new gun control legislation into law this week, but the fight over firearms is not over yet. Now, gun control groups push to get the issue before voters.
Assault rifles–banned. Gun buying–limited. The governor signs Maryland’s tough new gun law, and it’s already meeting major resistance.
The State Department has ordered a website to take down blueprints for the world’s first plastic gun, which people could make with a 3D printer. The all-plastic weapon was successfully test fired just last week. The government warned that putting these plans online could violate export laws. Before the blueprints disappeared, they were downloaded 100,000 times.
The grandparents of a Kentucky toddler who was accidentally shot by her 5-year-old brother say they don’t believe young children should have access to guns.
Maryland’s comprehensive gun-control measure is constitutional, Attorney General Doug Gansler wrote in a 25-page legal review made public on Wednesday.