SCOTUS decision striking down NY gun law impacts Maryland bills

Maryland state lawmakers are learning more about the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to strike down a New York conceal carry law. Since the Supreme Court ruling, the number of concealed-carry applications in Maryland has risen by more than 400% from 14,000 a year to 80,000, according to Maryland State Police. The discussion comes as legislators consider a bill to prohibit legal gun owners from bringing firearms to any public place. The bill is meeting stiff resistance, but there were several interesting takeaways from Tuesday's hearing.