MD Sen. Jacobs: 'I Just Bought A New Gun'

State Senator Nancy Jacobs hopes to keep Maryland gun laws as they are.

Harford County State Senator Nancy Jacobs bought a gun recently.

And during a rally in Annapolis, she told everyone about it.

Check out the undated video from the rally, in which Jacobs addresses a crowd on the morning of Feb. 6, stating "We cannot let this bill go through."

Jacobs is referring to a proposed bill that would limit how many rounds a gun user could carry in a magazine. 

Read more about the bill here.

Jacobs added: "Maryland is supposed to be 'The Free State.' If this bill passes, Maryland will no longer be 'The Free State.'"

She drew cheers by pronouncing, "We have to kill, kill this bill."

TELL US: Where do you stand on the bill? Leave a comment.

Huhhh February 14, 2013 at 11:44 PM
The comparison of Deer hunting to the 2nd Amendment in your comment clearly shows ignorance. The Supreme Court in recent times has clearly defined what the 2nd Amendment means, you may take the time (as you did to find this website) to thoroughly investigate the opinions on these rulings for yourself. It's fact, and out there in the public. The Second Amendment has been 'infringed' upon as early as the 1930's... this is about no more infringement to what's already been infringed. Secondly, your logic applied; Police and Military shouldn't need more than 2 rounds of ammunition in their firearms then? 'Bambi riddled with bullets' leads me to believe you don't have much experience in ethical hunting practices and are applying emotional responses.
Matt February 15, 2013 at 12:16 AM
It will do absolutely nothing to curb violence or stop mass shootings. At any rate, the Supreme Court has already ruled that "arms" are those firearms and MAGAZINES that are commonly in use.
Matt February 15, 2013 at 12:19 AM
Tom, you obviously didn't hear about the Georgia mother that shot a home invader 5 times in the face, chest and neck. He lived. Why don't you ask the police how many rounds they need. Why should civilians be any different?
Biller's Bikes February 15, 2013 at 04:59 AM
Senator Jacobs, you're a great example. Good luck in your career.
f250 redneck February 15, 2013 at 07:12 PM
If they want to limit the amount of bullets one holds in a clip, then fine, it doesn't say how many clips I am allowed to carry. I could have 4 clips with ten bullets each. I can certainly change a clip in 2 sec or less


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