Md. cyberbullying bill draws mother’s praise, ACLU’s scorn

ANNAPOLIS – Legislation to expand Maryland’s law against cyberbullying of youngsters drew praise Tuesday from the mother of a child driven to suicide but scorn from a First Amendment advocate who said the statutory expansion would violate free speech. Appearing before a Senate committee, Christine McComas said her 15-year-old daughter, Grace – who inspired the initial ...

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