Brian Frosh

October 5th, 2014

“When Senator Brian Frosh pushed so hard for SB281 (the Firearms Safety Act of 2013) you knew he wouldn’t let up. He is adamantly opposed to civilian firearms ownership and if elected as Maryland’s Attorney General he will be responsible for interpreting the law that he was instrumental in getting passed. Do you think he’ll be interpreting the law in a way that’s favorable to you as a gun owner? Nah, we don’t think so either. But here he is, touting his anti-gun credentials and saying how proud he is that taking your gun rights away last year made Maryland so much safer. You don’t see much in the way of statistics to back up that claim, though, do you?


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Exactly one year ago, Maryland’s landmark gun law went into effect. In the wake of national tragedies and daily reminders of gun violence on our city streets, we took a stand by banning assault weapons and closing gun loopholes.

This morning, I’m joining Ken Ulman and Courtney Watson near the Columbia Mall to commemorate this law that is already saving lives.

And late last week, our campaign secured the endorsement of Everytown for Gun Safety, a leading group in the fight against gun violence. It’s an honor to earn their support.

But our work is nowhere near done, and it’s a big reason why I’m running for Attorney General.

You hear from me about gun violence pretty often. That’s because it’s a near certainty the NRA will appeal Maryland’s gun law all the way to the Supreme Court, and our next Attorney General will be tasked with defending it.

That’s why this race matters so much.

Striking it down will set us back years, and I want to be the person standing before our highest court protecting you and your family.

Thank you for your commitment and support.


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MSRPA, along with the other plaintiffs, is appealing Judge Blake’s recent decision to uphold the constitutionality of the Firearm Safety Act of 2013. Senator Frosh is adamantly opposed and wants to be the one to uphold it if and when it gets to the Supreme Court.

Here’s how to help MSRPA fight for (y)our gun rights:
*Vote for the candidate who supports your gun rights!
*Tell your friends and family how important it is to vote for their gun rights, too!
*Contribute to the Maryland litigation support fund on this website (! “