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Gun Policy News


28 March 2000

Washington Post

Senators from Montgomery and Prince George's counties and Baltimore helped push through a vote yesterday that would make Maryland the first state in the nation to require that all handguns be sold with built-in locks. In a decision that reflected urban and rural sensibilities as much as political philosophies, the Senate voted 26 to 21 to require the built-in locks by 2003 and to mandate that all new handguns be sold with trigger locks beginning Oct. 1. The... (

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