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Maryland gun bill not heading to referendum, but others could

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The group behind petitioning three bills to referendum last year is not going to try to give Maryland voters the chance to kill Gov. Martin O'Malley's sweeping gun control bill, but Marylanders could have their say on several controversial bills passed during this year's legislative session. MDPetitions.com announced at an event Wednesday that it would not seek to put the gun bill on the ballot...

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