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Maryland was forced to alter the carry permit laws due to the recent NY decision about needing a 'good and sufficient' reason to carry. Permit issue has gone through the roof, which is a good thing. So few permits were issued in the past, you never saw signs (excepting Sprouts Market) prohibiting firearms on any premises. The overwhelmingly Democrat legislature is looking at creating a law that would prohibit firearms within 100 feet of a 'public accommodation'. I looked that up and the best definition in lay terms is "Places of public accommodation include a wide range of entities, such as restaurants, hotels, theaters, doctors' offices, pharmacies, retail stores, museums, libraries, amusement parks, private schools, and day care centers."

It's clear that since they cannot legally bar citizens from legal carry, they will make it impossible to do so within the limits of a wide reaching new law. Barring any guidance from the FOP, no one seems to know if this will affect LEOSA carry, which generally supersedes local law. Needless to say, it will not affect me as concealed means concealed. Going to Baltimore unarmed is akin to throwing a bleeding piglet into the shark tank. Any thoughts from those who may have encountered such idiocy in their AO?
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