HOUSE GUN BILLS
A limited scope bill to authorize Baltimore City school resource officers to possess and carry firearms on school property.
SENATE GUN BILLS
A wide spectrum bill to ban, with certain exceptions, the manufacture of firearms on 3D printers or other computer-controlled devices, banning the possession, sale, transfer of these firearms was well as the technology to manufacture.
Providing 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. Does not negate the federal law relating to firearms possession and the use of controlled dangerous substances.
Altering 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.
Revising the existing statute which requires that a citizen who wishes to obtain a permit to carry a handgun must complete an expensive training course as a prerequisite to apply for the permit to carry a handgun. The language of this bill would revise the statute to reverse the order and allow the applicant to obtain a preliminary review and determination regarding he applicant’s eligibility for a permit to carry before investing the time and money in training only to be denied a permit to carry a handgun. Limiting the amount of time the applicant has to complete the training.
A very clean bill which adds personal protection and self-defense as a good and substantial reason for a carry permit.
Waives the requirement for submitting fingerprints as part of the application process for a permit to wear and carry a handgun if the applicant’s fingerprints are already on file with the Maryland State Police.
Does not address why the fingerprints are already on file.