Senate panel weighs threats of mass violence

Bill filed in wake of deadly Fla. school shooting makes threats against minors a more serious offense

ANNAPOLIS – Amid students' dramatic calls for change following a deadly school shooting in Florida, a Senate panel heard conflicting testimony Thursday on legislation to make it a crime to knowingly threaten violence that would seriously injure to at least five people if it were carried out. The legislation drew praise from the Maryland State’s Attorneys’ ...

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