ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — A group of moms is leading the charge for getting untraceable guns off the streets, reforming police departments and making communities safer.
Thursday was Virtual Advocacy Day for “Moms Demand Action on Gun Sense in America.” The group is six million strong and represented in all 50 states. Its members met with lawmakers to bring about change.
Maryland Delegate Luke Clippinger (D-Baltimore City) said step one will be pushing back after Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed a bill that would require background checks for the purchase of shotguns and rifles.
“We’re going to override Governor Hogan’s veto for HB4,” Clippinger said.