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Maryland Summary of Bills

Wednesday, March 14, 2001

This Week, Your Lawmakers will Focus on Your Firearms FreedomsFirearms-related legislation pending in the Maryland General AssemblyNote - NRA-opposed bills are in italicsState SenateSB 209Bulletproof Body Armor - Restrictions on Possession, Use, and Sale OpposedSB 218Actions Reserved to the State - Lawsuits Against Gun Manufacturers and Dealers by or on Behalf of Local Governments  SupportB 220Self-Defense Act - Rule of Law SupportSB 250Family Law - Domestic Violence - Possession of Firearms OpposedSB 282Crimes - Bulletproof Body Armor - Drug Trafficking SupportSB 384Minor`s Access to Firearms - Felony pposedSB 475Firearms Offenses - Project Exile SupportSB 758Handgun Sales - Shell Casing Requirement - Repeal SupportSB 869Sound Level Limits and Noise Control - Shooting Sports Clubs SupportHouse of DelegatesHB 185Firearms - Handgun Shell Casing Requirements - RepealSupportHB 305Bulletproof Body Armor - Restrictions on Possession, Use, and Sale OpposedHB 622Firearms Offenses - Project Exile SupportHB 806Self-Defense Act of 2001 SupportHB 851MNCPPC - Prince George`s County - Prohibits Gun Shows - MC/PG 123-01  OpposedHB 1264MNCPPC - Montgomery County - Prohibits Gun Shows - MC/PG 131-01  OpposedContact your state lawmakers about the legislation listed above today!!

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Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the "lobbying" arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.