MD Upholds Gun Bans Despite Supreme Court Rulings

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Maryland's highest court has recently ruled that the state's restrictive handgun laws are still constitutional despite the D.C. v. Heller and McDonald v. City of Chicago decisions that were handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court. The laws had been challenged by Charles Williams, Jr. of Prince George's County who argued that the "right to bear arms" includes carrying firearms in public since the Supreme Court decided that the Second Amendment was an individual, incorporated right. Ginny Simone speaks with Attorney Steve Halbrook who says this is just another attempt by some judges to nullify the decisions the Supreme Court handed down in Heller and McDonald. Originally aired 1/6/2011.