The intersection of gun ownership and legislation takes a controversial turn as a House Democrat in Maryland proposes a bill that could reshape the landscape of the Second Amendment. The bill, if passed, would mandate gun owners seeking to carry firearms to have a minimum of $300,000 in liability insurance. While the intent may be to address concerns surrounding public safety, critics argue that this approach places a financial barrier on exercising Second Amendment rights, particularly impacting individuals with limited means. The debate unfolds against the backdrop of rising crime rates and Democratic policies, sparking discussions on the balance between public safety measures and individual rights.
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