Maryland's common sense gun law drives the National Rifle Association and their allies nuts.
They fought our law in court – and lost. Now they are gearing up to fight our law in the legislature.
Governor Larry Hogan’s allies Wayne Norman and Kathy Szeliga took aim at our gun law this week with a proposal to put more guns in churches. The kicker? The Harford County Sheriff's Office acknowledges their idea is utterly unnecessary because anyone with a concealed carry permit can already carry in church.
It’s a thinly veiled attempt to undermine our common sense gun law. It's political pandering at its worst, and it’s no surprise it’s coming from lawmakers who are bought and sold by the gun lobby.
The NRA gave Norman and Szeliga an A rating in 2014. Larry Hogan and the NRA supported Szeliga in her disastrous campaign for US Senate in 2016.
Add your name to the growing list of Marylanders who support our common sense gun law – and who will fight against any effort by Larry Hogan’s allies to undermine the law.