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MDSB118IntroEstablishing that the Secretary of State Police is not required to submit certain fingerprints with a certain application for a criminal history records check if the applicant's fingerprints are already on file with the Department of State Police.
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2019-01-17
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB115IntroClarifying that personal protection or self-defense can qualify as a good and substantial reason to carry, wear, or transport a handgun for purposes of the issuance by the Secretary of State Police of a permit to carry, wear, or transport a handgun.
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2019-01-16
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB113IntroAltering the manner in which an applicant for a handgun permit is required to pay a certain fee to allow any method of payment approved by the Secretary of State Police.
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2019-01-16
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB114IntroAuthorizing a person to apply for preliminary approval of a handgun permit to wear, carry, or transport a handgun without completing a certified firearms training course; requiring the Secretary of State Police to investigate an application for a han...
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2019-01-16
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB97IntroProviding that a person may not be denied the right to purchase, possess, or carry a firearm solely on the basis that the person is authorized to use medical cannabis.
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2019-01-14
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB8IntroProhibiting a person from using a certain computer-aided fabrication device to manufacture a firearm; prohibiting a person from possessing, selling, offering to sell, transferring, purchasing, or receiving a firearm manufactured using a certain compu...
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2019-01-09
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDHB31IntroProviding that the prohibition on carrying or possessing a firearm, knife, or deadly weapon of any kind on public school property does not apply to a school resource officer who is assigned to a public school in Baltimore City and is on public school...
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2019-01-09
To House Judiciary Committee
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