This Thursday, February 10 at 1:00 p.m., the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee will consider two divisive pieces of anti-gun legislation. The first, Senate Bill 161, is a perennial bill by anti-gun legislators in Maryland which would create unnecessary hurdles in an attempt to dissuade people from filing for a state-regulated firearms dealerās license. Also scheduled to be considered is Senate Bill 162, legislation which would ban the manufacture or any type of transfer of so called ālarge capacity magazinesā in Maryland.

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