August 26, 2022

Gun Lawsuits Coming in MD

Could Affect Government Buildings, Policies

In the wake of a Supreme Court decision jarring the legal landscape on gun laws, Maryland already has a revised policy for people seeking carry permits. Now, we expect further legal challenges of other Maryland laws, that could alter the footing for state or local regulation in sensitive areas like government buildings.

Conduit Street has your coverage, as this sensitive issue builds toward future showdowns both in the courtroom and potentially in the state legislature.

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