- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 17, 2015

The former commander of the Maryland State Police Licensing Division admitted he was “schooled” by residents seeking concealed carry gun permits.

Jack McCauley, a former state trooper, told legislators he initially thought pro-gun activists and Second Amendment advocates were scary — but quickly changed his mind.

“When I met them, they schooled me,” Mr. McCauley said.

“They not only schooled me — they embarrassed me. They humbled me. I was wrong. I was completely wrong.”

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