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Proposed Maryland Firearm Legislation HB739

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Legislation Overview

Title: Public Safety - Handgun Permit - Application Fee Exemption

Subject: Public Safety: Fees: Guns: Interstate Affairs: Law Enforcement: Licenses

Description: Exempting retired federal and out-of-state law enforcement officers who reside in Maryland from being charged an application fee for a permit to carry, wear, or transport a handgun.

Session: 2018 Regular Session

Last Action: Hearing 3/06 at 1:00 p.m.

Last Action Date: March 6, 2018


Note: the first sponsor listed is normally the primary sponsor. If a sponsor's name is a hyperlink you can click on it to 'follow the money'.

35 sponsors: Susan Krebs (R); Steven Arentz (R); Susan Aumann (R); Jason Buckel (R); Mary Carozza (R); Barrie Ciliberti (R); Jerry Clark (R);John Cluster (R); Paul Corderman (R);Mark Fisher (R); William Folden (R); Glen Glass (R); Kevin Hornberger (R); Seth Howard (R); Jay Jacobs (R); Nicholaus Kipke (R); Trent Kittleman (R); Bob Long (R); Michael Malone (R); Johnny Mautz (R); Susan McComas (R); Tony McConkey (R); Mike Mckay (R); Christian Miele (R); Warren Miller (R); Matt Morgan (R); Neil Parrott (R); Deb Rey (R); April Rose (R);Sid Saab (R); Haven Shoemaker (R); Kathy Szeliga (R); David Vogt (R); Chris West (R); William Wivell (R);

Percentage of House Of Delegates sponsoring bill: 25% (35 of 141)

Chamber Date Action
House Mar 6, 2018 Hearing 3/06 at 1:00 p.m.
House Feb 1, 2018 First Reading Judiciary
Type Date State Link Text
Introduced Feb 1, 2018 state link bill text
Title Description Date State Link Text Adopted
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Link: link to state bill page

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