Senate passes anti-cyberbullying expansion; attention shifts to House

ANNAPOLIS – The Senate on Thursday morning passed legislation to expand Maryland’s law against the cyberbullying of youngsters, as the mother of a teenager who killed herself after being bullied online looked on. After the Senate’s 45-0 vote, attention shifted to the House of Delegates, where the Judiciary Committee heard testimony Thursday afternoon on cross-filed legislation ...

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