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Mark Pennak

Governor’s decision to lift restrictions on carrying concealed weapons in Maryland left law enforcement agencies and policymakers scrambling.

Gun dealers and a Second Amendment advocacy group are seeking to overturn a law that requires gun sellers to hand out include pamphlets on suicide prevention and conflict resolution.

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The bill would mandate minimum security requirements for licensed gun dealers to prevent their shops from being robbed.

Sen. Susan Lee (D-Montgomery) presented legislation Wednesday seeking to regulate the ability to purchase or manufacture untraceable, or “ghost,” guns. “Untraceable firearms are not…

A Maryland lawmaker wants all of the state’s voters to mark their ballots with devices rather than by hand, arguing that the move would…

With respect to the Feb. 18 Maryland Matters article on the Handgun Permit Review Board some basic facts about the board, the law and…

By Natalie Jones In the three months since its implementation, Maryland’s “red flag” gun safety law has prompted more than 300 protective orders across…