Md. gun-control advocates want to strengthen ‘red flag’ law

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland lawmakers say a new law that went into effect Monday may need to be strengthened to address concerns about juveniles who have access to fire arms. Democratic legislators and gun-control advocates gathered in the state capital hours after new laws had taken effect, including a "red flag" law that enables families and law enforcement ...

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