The Senate approved a series of amendments Wednesday to Gov. Martin O’Malley’s gun control legislation.
Maryland voters support an assault weapons ban, strongly oppose a gas tax, and show increasing opposition to the death penalty, according to a new Gonzales Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. poll.
Gov. Martin O’malley unveiled a gun control and public safety package similar to the one President Obama set before Congress on Wednesday. The list contains some marquee differences to current Maryland laws.