Maryland: Montgomery County Passes Carry Restrictions

  • Source: NRA-ILA
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Maryland’s most anti-gun county has continued its tantrum, lashing out against lawful carry in the only way it thinks it can.

Yesterday, the Montgomery County Council voted unanimously to pass Bill 21-22E, to remove the exemption for Wear & Carry (W&C) permit holders from the county’s ban on possessing firearms “in or within 100 yards of a place of public assembly,” which includes parks and churches, banning carry in those places. It will go into effect immediately upon the county executive signing it into law.

In the months since we last reported on this proposed ordinance, tens of thousands of Marylanders and nonresidents have received W&C permits. These citizens have gone through firearm training, have submitted fingerprints to the state police, and have passed state police background checks. 
Source: NRA-ILA
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