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Gun Control Opponents Will Use Courtroom Not Ballot Box

April 19th, 2013 by WCBC Radio

Washington County Delegate Neal Parrott says the battle to reject Governor Martin O’Malley’s new gun control law would be best fought in a court room- not the ballot box. The group that led efforts to petition three measures to Maryland’s ballot last fall announced Wednesday that it would not attempt to force a public vote on Gov. Martin O’Malley’s recently passed gun-control legislation. MDPetitions.com said it would instead support a promised court challenge of the new law by the National Rifle Association. Parrott (R-Washington), chairman of MDPetitions.com, said the decision was reached after consultation with several gun-rights groups that believe the law championed by O’Malley (D) violates the 2nd Amendment.





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