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Supreme Court Won't Hear Maryland Gun Law

By    |   Tuesday, 15 Oct 2013 03:18 PM

The U.S. Supreme Court will not review Maryland's handgun-permit law.

The decision means an appeals court ruling — which decided the state's restrictive rules for concealed-carry permits do not unconstitutionally infringe upon the rights of gun owners — will stand, The Baltimore Sun reports.

The Supreme Court gave no reason for declining to hear the case.

Maryland is one of 10 so-called “may-issue” states which can deny a concealed-carry permit.

Permit seekers must show that they face a specific danger outside the home or have a job that requires a concealed weapon.

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The U.S. Supreme Court will not review Maryland's handgun-permit law. The decision means an appeals court ruling — which decided the state's restrictive rules for concealed-carry permits do not unconstitutionally infringe upon the rights of gun-owners — will stand, The Baltimore Sun reports.
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