Monthly Archives: March 2019

Vice Chairman Smith Leads Push to Prohibit Untraceable ‘Ghost Guns’

In a Wednesday afternoon hearing of the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee, Committee Vice Chairman Senator Will Smith (District 20 – Montgomery County) introduced legislation that would prohibit untraceable computer-fabricated firearms and related firearms production materials in Maryland. The intent of Senate Bill 882 is to prohibit such weapons and assist Maryland in coordinating with already […]

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Zucker Introduces ‘Ready to Read Act’

At a Tuesday afternoon hearing of the Senate Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee, Senator Craig Zucker (District 14 – Montgomery County) presented legislation requiring county school systems to test Maryland students to gauge their risk for reading difficulties. Beginning with the 2020-2021 school year, Senate Bill 734 (the Ready to Read Act) would engage […]

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