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Maryland Senate Passes Range Protection Bill!

Friday, March 31, 2006


Late last night, the Maryland Senate approved SB 907, the NRA-backed Range Protection bill by a vote of 34 to 11.   Senate Bill 907, the NRA-backed range protection bill would protect Maryland's well-established shooting ranges from frivolous noise lawsuits aimed at shutting them down.


SB 907, sponsored by Senator John Astle (D-30) and Senator E.J. Pipkin (R-36), now advances to the House of Delegates for consideration.  Please be sure to check your inbox and frequently for the latest update on Maryland’s House action and what you can do to help ensure Maryland’s rich shooting sport heritage continues for generations to come.


Thank you to all Maryland NRA members who called their Senators to voice their support of SB 907. The calls worked and Maryland's shooting ranges are another step closer to being protected!



The Future of Maryland's Shooting Ranges Depends On It!



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