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Old January 19th, 2018, 09:09 AM #91
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SB 0123 was withdrawn by the sponsor. Not up on MLIS yet.
I truly hope that "hearing canceled" means the bills will be withdrawn. Based on 2017, it is two weeks or so between hearing canceled and "unfavorable report; withdrawn." However, in 2017 the bills were heard around med Feb.

My spidey sense is tingling on these, esp the bump stock bill - the hearing for that was also canceled. Plenty of time for them to reschedule. Withdrawing the bump stock bill so early seems too good to be true.
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Old January 19th, 2018, 09:28 AM #92
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Their simply taking the time to compare notes/bills from the other unconstitutional domestic terrorist controlled states passing these bills. MGA strives at being the best at infringement and control on its citizens.
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Old January 19th, 2018, 05:01 PM #93
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Their simply taking the time to compare notes/bills from the other unconstitutional domestic terrorist controlled states passing these bills. MGA strives at being the best at infringement and control on its citizens.
Unfortunately Inthink this is right. I got an email from a Delegate in my county delegation. Lots of bills still being worked on and are going to be submitted. Its never too late for a gun grab.
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Their simply taking the time to compare notes/bills from the other unconstitutional domestic terrorist controlled states passing these bills. MGA strives at being the best at infringement and control on its citizens.
From a “do something” perspective that would cause a minimum of uproar, they are withdrawing it to change the language to something that only bans bumpstocks instead of potentially anything that is part of a semi-automatic weapon.

I mean, the later probably gives every anti a woody, but I think all buts the the stupidest of them might by now have realized vague impossible to enforce legislation is stupid and probably a fast way to get something absurd brought up and MD sued over the law (“your honor, I cleaned my gun and the rate of fire went up a demonstrateable 2%. How can the state ban basic maintenance of a firearm!!!”)

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