One comment on “Hogan STILL Follows Ehrlich’s Lead on Guns

  1. Delegate Fisher wrote a letter asking this very question about executive orders. As i hope you know, a letter from a delegate or senator always gets a response from the AG office. In this case an assistant AG penned a response that says the history of the passage of the 1972 law precludes an interpretation like you suggest. Since this assistant AG is assigned to MSP support services, his written opinion appears to be binding on that division, which includes the handgun permit section.

    And frankly, setting a precedent for future md governors to EO whatever they want about guns is a bad precedent. It just sets the stage for anything done in that arena today to be undone tomorrow.

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