Government

Attorney General Morrisey Pens

 Letter Asking Maryland Governor for Gun Reciprocity in Light of 

SCOTUS Ruling

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has sent a letter to Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan asking the governor to recognize West Virginia concealed weapons permits.

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