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Old March 13th, 2019, 02:31 PM #1
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Permit to carry SB0115 and HB0541 unfavorable report

http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/fr...ect3&ys=2019RS

http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga/fr...ect3&ys=2019RS


I guess the Supreme court will have to spank MD. It's coming soon. Supreme Court already took one gun case. by 2020 when these asshats are looking for re-election, they will probably have taken more. There is a clear circuit split, over 40 states are shall issue (plus DC), so it wont be resolved in MDs favor. Abortion and gay marriage came to Alabama, shall issue maybe even permitless carry is coming to MD. Thats how the wheel turns.

These bills would have been the correct way to get rid of the HPRB...
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I guess the Supreme court will have to spank MD. It's coming soon. Supreme Court already took one gun case. by 2020 when these asshats are looking for re-election, they will probably have taken more. There is a clear circuit split, over 40 states are shall issue (plus DC), so it wont be resolved in MDs favor. Abortion and gay marriage came to Alabama, shall issue maybe even permitless carry is coming to MD. Thats how the wheel turns.

These bills would have been the correct way to get rid of the HPRB...
I still can't believe how DC blew past us and allowed handgun permits without reasoning, but Maryland still bawking at it

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The votes:

http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/2019RS/vo...sb0115_jpr.pdf

http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/2019RS/vo...hb0541_jud.pdf
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If MD really really wanted to postpone the inevitable, they would fix it and postpone the lawsuit. Supreme Court takes edge cases. Right now, NYC , HI, and NJ are the edge cases. NYC case on transport is being heard. Soon, MD will be the edge case.
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Give them enough rope to hang themselves. 3D chess.
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Shocked that Conaway voted for it. Perhaps his constituents are finally giving him an earful.
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yeah I was surprised by that too.
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Permit to carry SB0115 and HB0541 unfavorable report

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yeah I was surprised by that too.
ChiliPepper and I spoke with Delegate Conaway on Monday night. He was telling us that he was with us. I looked at his voting history, recent and not so. Yes, he has this year. I encouraged him to more strongly support liberty in my letter yesterday. I also wrote that supporting liberty doesn't mean he had to give up his party affiliation. It really shouldn't boil down to that in this country. Sadly, the extreme left now controls the Democrat party and is demanding automatic votes for their agenda. Delegate Conaway may be seeing exactly that. He is an entrepreneur, which means he's a self-starter. Self-starters typically don't like to be told how to do something.
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ChiliPepper and I spoke with Delegate Conaway on Monday night. He was telling us that he was with us. I looked at his voting history, recent and not so. Yes, he has this year. I encouraged him to more strongly support liberty in my letter yesterday. I also wrote that supporting liberty doesn't mean he had to give up his party affiliation. It really shouldn't boil down to that in this country. Sadly, the extreme left now controls the Democrat party and is demanding automatic votes for their agenda. Delegate Conaway may be seeing exactly that. He is an entrepreneur, which means he's a self-starter. Self-starters typically don't like to be told how to do something.
He is probably more in tune with his constituents. Residents are actually ok with this. Every person I talk to lib or conservative would be fine with this. Its our old-time establishment overlords like Frosh who aren't.

Back of the envelope, New York State case will be heard in Oct and opinion out Jan or Feb. Some 5-4 decisions take longer but with Kennedy gone I doubt there will be much wrangling. Which means, SCT will have more than likely issued an opinion before the next legislative session.
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