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Governor challenged on gun permit statistics

December 18th, 2015 by WCBC Radio

In an interview this week, Governor Larry Hogan said Maryland  is approving 95 percent of concealed-carry gun permits, however the leader of an organization that backs expansion of the laws in the state is skeptical and says the Republican governor is using statistics that are old and don’t tell the whole story. Hogan, appearing on WBAL radio, was asked about his willingness to allow more residents to legally carry firearms under the Maryland State Police wear-and-carry permit application process. Hogan said he supports the Second Amendment and wants to “make it tougher” for criminals and the mentally ill to access guns- and he believes that most citizens should be finding the process more efficient…


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