Fight the Maryland Gun Ban Legislation

Sign Petition to Bring Gun Ban to Vote

Written by Nick Hodge
Posted May 21, 2013

A Montgomery County housewife has taken it upon herself to collect enough signatures to get Maryland's oppressive gun legislation on the ballot in 2014. 

The bill, the Firearms Safety Act of 2013, would make certain kinds of gun illegal to buy or own, ban magazines over ten rounds, and make pistol owners submit to fingerprinting. 

It is my view that this infringes on a constitutional right that shall not be infringed upon. 

I am a law abiding gun owner. And I don' want the government prying into my life, taking away my rights, or generally trying to strip away liberties that I'm supposed to have guaranteed. 

The National Rifle Association did not step up to the plate to fight this bill, so Sue Payne has taken her own money and time to create in order to collect enough signatures to get the measure on the ballot next year. 

To succeed, we'll need 18,000 signatures by May 31st. And nearly 56,000 in total by the end of June. 

I know many Marylanders don't agree with this bill, or the government's constant and growing overreach. If you're one of them, take a second to sign the petition to get the Maryland gun ban on the ballot so voters can have the final say. 

Call it like you see it,

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