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Maryland delegate’s legislation seeks to limit eligibility for concealed carry gun permits

Under legislation proposed in the Maryland House, people couldn’t get a gun permit if they’re on supervised probation after being convicted of a crime with a penalty of more than a year in prison, if they’re caught driving while impaired or under the influence, or if they violate a protective order.

Source: The Baltimore Sun County News

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