Feb 19, 2013
WASHINGTON — A decision by a Maryland county is roiling the already contentious debate over potential gun control laws.
Prince George’s County’s Department of Parks and Recreation is banning gun shows indefinitely.
“It is a temporary moratorium. We will revisit this,” says Anita Pesses with the agency’s Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission. “We are taking everybody’s opinions and actions into account.”
Pesses is promising the department will re-evaluate its decision after lawmakers in D.C. and Annapolis are done debating possible gun control bills.
Call your State Rep and tell them they will be fired if they try this.
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