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Old April 10th, 2018, 01:19 PM #1601
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Yes. On the “Neighbor complaint”, it likely is going to take more than just a neighbor complaining to the police.

A pattern of behavior could also do it. “We’ve gotten 4 phone calls in the last month about the Neighbor.

The law will be abused. No doubt about it.
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. They f@@@g passed it last night!!!! Soooo if someone knows u hunt on your own property and they don't like that, the police can raid your house... If someone in your son's school knows he hunts with you and they don't like it, police can raid your house
This is what I'm facing. I have neighbors who have already called the police on me at least 3 times in the last few few years about my shooting on my own property.
One time I was out in the back field with my 2 daughters, their boyfriends and my boy when my wife answered the door to find 2 police looking into a complaint about shooting going on.
Another time I had to talk to the neighbor when my daughter was hunting, her shot spooked the woman's horses and she's yelling through the woods to 'stop shooting' Her reply to me was "you're not starving you don't need to hunt"

Now I'm gonna be half afraid, as a law abiding citizen, to engage in a legal activity on my own property.
The politicians in this state SUCK with their unconstitutional laws.
I've emailed my legislators now I have to ask f@/&ing ASK the governor to veto this illegal bill.
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If Hogan vetoes HB1302, I will wear a dress to the May 5th pig roast.
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Old April 10th, 2018, 01:29 PM #1603
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There have been a number of discussions on this topic. Some don't like his position on the 2A others are saying wait and see. I was at one point a very staunch supporter of Governor Hogan, but in the last 3 months, I've realized (my point of view) that he has not and will not support any pro 2A stance.

I would love to have to eat my words and see him veto this Bill. However, this is just one of many where he could have made a difference and he did not. So at least from my point of view, he's done.

Yes, I know about what we would be getting if a Dem was in office. But one can only hope that he gets a real Republican to run against him in the primary.
The filing deadline has already passed, so anyone who wants to run against him would have to do so as a write-in candidate.
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Old April 10th, 2018, 01:36 PM #1605
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Hogan's contact info:

410-974-3901
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MD Relay 1-800-735-2258

http://governor.maryland.gov/mail/default.asp

REMINDER: All you need to say is "Please veto HB 1302." Copy and paste. Quick and easy.
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Fairly standard. More of a “if we miss something, the order isn’t invalid”. Of course if they DO miss something you have extremely solid grounds to appeal the order.

That’s pretty much the case with all laws. The order/judgement isn’t instantly invalidated, but it does mean there are grounds for appeal and/or having the case re-opened.
Hmm ... I practice law in a different subject area but this type of clause is often put in my field to allow what appear to be protections for the respondent to be obviated. To be honest, I did it myself when I worked for the State of Maryland many years ago.
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In addition to calls and emails, I'm posting on Hogan's FB page as well.
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If Hogan vetoes HB1302, I will wear a dress to the May 5th pig roast.


If it happens, take pictures as I will be away in Dallas for the NRA Annual Meeting.
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I have called and emailed the governor, urging him to veto HB 1302.
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I have also emailed and called the governors office. The call was really simple. I told the gentlemen who i was and which part of the state i lived in. I then asked him to tell the governor to veto HB1302.
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