Democrats in the Maryland legislature plan to push a trio of new gun bills that would bar firearms from college campuses, domestic abusers and terrorists.
General Assembly leaders on Wednesday announced they would try to strengthen Maryland's already strict gun laws, setting up a confrontation with Republican Gov. Larry Hogan over gun policy.
Attorney General Brian Frosh, who was crucial in passing sweeping gun law changes in 2013, joined House Speaker Michael E. Busch and Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller in announcing the package of bills aimed at "keeping guns away from those who would endanger others."
"If we can do a better job of keeping guns...