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  • ICW2019

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    Over the course of my administration, I have consistently supported the right of law-abiding citizens to own and carry firearms, while enacting responsible and common sense measures to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill.
    Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a provision in New York law pertaining to handgun permitting that is virtually indistinguishable from Maryland law. In light of the ruling and to ensure compliance with the Constitution, I am directing the Maryland State Police to immediately suspend utilization of the ‘good and substantial reason’ standard when reviewing applications for Wear and Carry Permits. It would be unconstitutional to continue enforcing this provision in state law. There is no impact on other permitting requirements and protocols.
    Today’s action is in line with actions taken in other states in response to the recent ruling.
     

    E.Shell

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    Good news!

    I must say Fat Larry's hypocrisy is painful to witness.

    I have to believe Frosh is sobbing in a corner somewhere, forcing FLtWS to make the announcement.
     

    Afrikeber

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    Jan 14, 2013
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    Retirement gift for Frosh. Suspect there are still legal battles coming. Just contributed another $100 to MSI earmarked for 2A legal casework.
     

    Uncle Duke

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    Over the course of my administration, I have consistently supported the right of law-abiding citizens to own and carry firearms, while enacting responsible and common sense measures to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill.
    Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a provision in New York law pertaining to handgun permitting that is virtually indistinguishable from Maryland law. In light of the ruling and to ensure compliance with the Constitution, I am directing the Maryland State Police to immediately suspend utilization of the ‘good and substantial reason’ standard when reviewing applications for Wear and Carry Permits. It would be unconstitutional to continue enforcing this provision in state law. There is no impact on other permitting requirements and protocols.
    Today’s action is in line with actions taken in other states in response to the recent ruling.

    Yeah Larry.....
    consistently.

    Good news just the same.
     

    Mr H

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    Just received from Del. Kipke...

    Governor Hogan Directs Maryland State Police to Suspend ‘Good and Substantial Reason’ Standard For Wear and Carry Permits


    Action Pursuant to Supreme Court Ruling Striking Down Similar Provision in New York Law

    ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan today issued the following statement:​

    “Over the course of my administration, I have consistently supported the right of law-abiding citizens to own and carry firearms, while enacting responsible and common sense measures to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill.

    “Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a provision in New York law pertaining to handgun permitting that is virtually indistinguishable from Maryland law. In light of the ruling and to ensure compliance with the Constitution, I am directing the Maryland State Police to immediately suspend utilization of the ‘good and substantial reason’ standard when reviewing applications for Wear and Carry Permits. It would be unconstitutional to continue enforcing this provision in state law. There is no impact on other permitting requirements and protocols.

    “Today’s action is in line with actions taken in other states in response to the recent ruling.”
     

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