OPINION: How Do You Feel About Constitutional Carry?
Campaign For Liberty Baltimore County will discuss Second Amendment rights and will be proposing a bill for the Maryland General Assembly Wednesday night in Timonium.
How strongly do you feel about the Second Amendment?
Local constitutional rights activism group Campaign For Liberty, Baltimore County, will be discussing Constitutional Carry laws, as well as the prospect of proposing a new bill for the Maryland General Assembly.
Constitutional Carry, or as some call it "unrestricted carry," makes it legal for law-abiding citizens to carry openly or concealed fireams with or without state permits.
"Wear an empty holster, or slide a pocket constitution into an empty holster in order to support this issue at our event," reads the last line of the "Constitutional Carry With Paul Dembowski" Facebook event.
Paul Dembowski, president of Maryland Shall Issue, will be the featured speaker.
But Patch wants to know: Where do you stand on Constitutional Carry laws?
Currently, four states permit carrying a legal firearm (almost without restriction): Alaska, Arizona and Vermont and Wyoming, according to the National Association For Gun Rights.
To better frame this debate, view the group's FAQs section here.