Maryland temporarily becomes a right-to-carry state
It will soon be easier to carry a concealed weapon in Maryland. A federal judge finds part of a state gun law unconstitutional. . . .
It’s a victory for opponents of gun control in Maryland.
A federal judge in Baltimore issues a ruling that affects Maryland’s concealed carry permit law.
Until now, gun owners needed to prove they had a good or substantial reason for a permit, but that has been struck down.
“Even without this good and substantial showing we have one of the most restrictive regimes in America, in Maryland here for getting a permit to carry a gun,” said attorney Carey Hansel. . . .