MANCHESTER, N.H. —Democratic presidential candidate and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley on Tuesday will roll out seven executive actions – including ending gun dealer immunity – he says he would take to curb gun violence if elected.
The plan was obtained by WBAL-TV 11 News' sister station WMUR ahead of its formal unveiling by O'Malley at a Tuesday night “Gun Safety Actions Not Words Town Hall” at the Cheshire County Historical Society in Keene, N.H. O’Malley will also discuss the plan at town halls at the Devine Millimet Branch law firm in Manchester and the University of New Hampshire in Durham earlier in the day.
O’Malley joins Democratic presidential opponent Hillary Clinton in promising to include unilateral executive actions in their anti-gun violence agendas, including ending gun dealer immunity from lawsuits.
But O’Malley’s campaign is calling his plan “the boldest plan” on the issue. The campaign says that as Maryland’s governor he was responsible for signing into law “the most comprehensive gun safety legislation in the nation.”
O’Malley’s plan calls for: