Maryland’s restrictions on concealed carry permits have long been a target of Second Amendment absolutists. And one of the ways they’ve sought to get around the law is through the Maryland Handgun Permit Review Board, which, in recent years, has made it a practice to overrule MSP limits on what hours a concealed handgun can be carried around. The Maryland General Assembly, having gotten wise to this trend, passed legislation earlier this year to get rid of the board and put appeals in the hands of administrative law judges. Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed the measure, but an override of the veto is likely coming in January.