Hundreds turned up in Annapolis Tuesday to offer testimony on gun legislation being considered by Maryland lawmakers. The measures include Senate Bill 1 which prohibits those with concealed-carry gun permits from taking their firearm within 100-feet of public places like hotels, restaurants, parks and retail stores. Gun rights advocates say if the bill passes vulnerable people would be less safe and the U.S. Constitution is clear that people have the right to keep and bear arms. Judicial Proceedings Committee chair Senator Will Smith says more weapons in a stream of commerce and in public places makes people less safe. Vice chair Senator Jeff Waldstreicher says he does not want to raise his kids in a state awash in guns and drowning in concealed carry permits.