“Jaelynn’s Law” Seeks to Stiffen Punishment for Unsupervised Minors Accessing Firearms, Stalls in Committee | #schoolshooting


Annapolis, MD- Maryland legislators have introduced a bill that would expand prohibitions and penalties in an effort to prevent an unsupervised minor from accessing a firearm.

HB0200 and its cross-file, SB0479, with sponsors Del. Dana Stein, D-Baltimore County, Del. J. Sandy Bartlett, D-Anne Arundel, and Sen. William C. Smith Jr., D-Montgomery, is titled Jaelynn’s Law.

Gun violence has been brought to the forefront of the national conversation once again after the recent mass shootings in Atlanta and Boulder, Colorado.





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