The question begs to be asked.
The ruling of Woolard v Sheridan came down March 5th I believe, whereas the court found that Maryland's "may issue" clause was arbitrary and thus illegal, and the court ordered the state to strike the may issue clause and being to issue conceal carry permits to applicants unless the state could show legally just cause to deny them otherwise.
In other words, the state could no longer deny permits to applicants simply because they don't want to issue them.
Fast forward - my friend is trying to get his Florida permit to have reciprocity in several states for travel. He originally tried to get his fingerprints done at a service electronically but Florida doesn't accept them, so today he went to the Frederick County Sheriff's Office to have his fingerprint card done.
They asked him, you live in the city, why are you here. He explained that he tried to do them electronically but Florida wouldn't accept them. My question to my buddy was, why didn't you go to the state police?
Well apparently two weeks exactly after the Woolard decision the state decided to no longer do fingerprint cards. They claim this is prompted by the FBI. I searched the FBI's website and can find nothing of the sort. In fact I see where you can still order FBI fingerprint cards from them.