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Old November 8th, 2018, 06:15 PM #91
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Back in the early '90s there was an effort in the MD General assembly to limit the number of firearms one can own or otherwise enact an "arsenal tax". It went nowhere at the time but I expect it to be resurrected this coming year in some form. There's a chance that even if Hogan would veto such a measure it might get overridden.
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Back in the early '90s there was an effort in the MD General assembly to limit the number of firearms one can own or otherwise enact an "arsenal tax". It went nowhere at the time but I expect it to be resurrected this coming year in some form. There's a chance that even if Hogan would veto such a measure it might get overridden.
Perhaps turned into the MD Collectors license?
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Perhaps turned into the MD Collectors license?
No...that came later I believe. When those proposals were up for public hearings I was asked to testify and did so. It was very instructive to see how the deck was stacked against us. The gun control people testified first...the media left after they testified other than one news crew. Those of us who were opposed to the bills received no media play at all...the public only got to see the gun control arguments televised.
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For even suggesting such a thing, the detective should be suspended until he can pass a Constitutional Law class on his own dime, disgusting overreach.

MD and CA in an all out race to be the first to overreach into powder keg territory.


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http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/2018RS/ch...50_hb1302E.pdf
Well here is the ERPO
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Who can file an Extreme Risk Protective Order?
The person requesting an ERPO is the petitioner. A petition may be filed by a:

spouse;
cohabitant;
relative by blood, marriage, or adoption;
person with child(ren) in common;
current dating or intimate partner;
current or former legal guardian;
law enforcement officer; or
medical professional who has examined the respondent (this includes a physician, psychologist, clinical social worker, licensed clinical professional counselor, clinical nurse specialist in psychiatric and mental health nursing, psychiatric nurse practitioner, licensed clinical marriage or family therapist, or health officer or designee of a health officer who has examined the individual).
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Who is an Extreme Risk Protective Order filed against?
A person who poses an immediate and present danger of causing personal injury to self or others by having firearms. The person who is alleged to be a danger is called the respondent.

Factors demonstrating possible risk include:

alarming behavior and statements;
unlawful firearm possession;
reckless or negligent firearm use;
violence or threats of violence to self or others;
violating peace or protective orders;
drug and/or alcohol abuse; and/or
information contained in health records.
An Extreme Risk Protective Order can be filed against a minor.
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Who can file an Extreme Risk Protective Order?
The person requesting an ERPO is the petitioner. A petition may be filed by a:

spouse;
cohabitant;
relative by blood, marriage, or adoption;
person with child(ren) in common;
current dating or intimate partner;
current or former legal guardian;
law enforcement officer; or
medical professional who has examined the respondent (this includes a physician, psychologist, clinical social worker, licensed clinical professional counselor, clinical nurse specialist in psychiatric and mental health nursing, psychiatric nurse practitioner, licensed clinical marriage or family therapist, or health officer or designee of a health officer who has examined the individual).
Yep, the actual complete verbage was posted further up thread.
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Who is an Extreme Risk Protective Order filed against?
A person who poses an immediate and present danger of causing personal injury to self or others by having firearms. The person who is alleged to be a danger is called the respondent.

Factors demonstrating possible risk include:

alarming behavior and statements;
unlawful firearm possession;
reckless or negligent firearm use;
violence or threats of violence to self or others;
violating peace or protective orders;
drug and/or alcohol abuse; and/or
information contained in health records.
An Extreme Risk Protective Order can be filed against a minor.
Not entirely true, Factors demonstrating risk DO NOT include information contained in health records as stated in the state statute.


5-602(A)(2) - A PETITION FOR AN EXTREME RISK PROTECTIVE ORDER MAY
INCLUDE, TO THE EXTENT DISCLOSURE IS NOT OTHERWISE PROHIBITED,
HEALTH RECORDS OR OTHER HEALTH INFORMATION CONCERNING THE RESPONDENT.
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