The issue of guns is front and center in Annapolis. The Maryland House of Delegates has passed the preliminary gun control bill, which means that it has passed the second reader. The final vote is Wednesday.
The House delays debate on the governor’s gun control bill.
Maryland lawmakers on two panels voted Friday night to advance a gun control measure that is a top priority of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s legislative agenda, making some changes but leaving intact the most significant provisions.
More than 300 people turned out in Salisbury for a town hall meeting on gun control legislation.
Top law enforcement officers are backing Gov. Martin O’Malley’s gun control legislation.
Maryland’s law requiring handgun permit applicants to demonstrate a “good and substantial reason” for carrying a weapon outside their own home or business is constitutional, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan will visit a Baltimore County high school next month to discuss gun control.
The state’s gun rights struggle continues. Republican lawmakers, who are set to vote on the bill, say it may be an issue voters will have to face at the polls.
More than a thousand Marylanders arrive in Annapolis to rally for and against Governor O’Malley’s gun control legislation.
As a broad gun-control measure aims to ban assault weapons in Maryland, neighboring states are trying to woo away a Beretta factory, whose employees would be unable to buy some of the guns it produces.
The Maryland Senate has passed Governor Martin O’Malley’s gun control bill 28-19
Gun violence continues to be a hot topic across the country and right here in Baltimore City. Now students, parents and teachers are raising their voices in hopes of curbing the crime.