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Old February 7th, 2019, 06:01 AM #21
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Peering into my crystal ball, as the mists part I see that if the long gun qualification bill is passed. The next session a new bill for ammo qualification license will be introduced, 7 day wait, 1 box per month, certain extra deadly calibers banned, must be lead free.

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I got vetoed from the wifey. She's having low BP and low heart rate with baby #2. Due April 1 but #1 was two weeks early. Anybody have info on how to send in written testimony? Not like they'll actually read it, but I'd like to at least support the Senate Bill about self defense being g&s. Thanks
The directions for testimony are in the Committee PDF documents listed below. Please note, written testimony must be physically delivered (you may be able to ask your Senator or Delegate to assist, but plan on being able to mail/courier the required number of copies).

Senate Judicial Proceedings:
http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/pubs-curr...t-jpr-faqs.pdf

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I will be showing up, to show my opposition to it.
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Looks like we need to fill the streets of Annapolis with thousands of people again (not the "hundreds" WBAL reported).
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So, I'm gonna try & get there early so as to sign up to voice my opinion. Are we setting up a meeting place?
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The directions for testimony are in the Committee PDF documents listed below. Please note, written testimony must be physically delivered (you may be able to ask your Senator or Delegate to assist, but plan on being able to mail/courier the required number of copies).

Senate Judicial Proceedings:
http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/pubs-curr...t-jpr-faqs.pdf

House Judiciary:
http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/pubs-curr...t-jud-faqs.pdf
So it's not required to provide written reports of one's testimony the day of?
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So it's not required to provide written reports of one's testimony the day of?
No one is required to submit Written Testimony in order to testify verbally.

If you are giving Oral Testimony, it should be different than or expand on one or two concepts from your Written Testimony. It is frowned upon, and will likely get your time cutoff, if you read your Written Testimony to the committee at the witness table/podium.
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So it's not required to provide written reports of one's testimony the day of?
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No one is required to submit Written Testimony in order to testify verbally.

If you are giving Oral Testimony, it should be different than or expand on one or two concepts from your Written Testimony. It is frowned upon, and will likely get your time cutoff, if you read your Written Testimony to the committee at the witness table/podium.
Also - there are time limits on submission of written testimony (the deadlines are in the committee documents I posted before). Those time limits are strictly observed and are designed to allow the committee staff to prepare stacks of testimony for ALL of the day's bills on each Committee member's desk prior to the start of the hearing.
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