House passes expansion of anti-cyberbullying law

ANNAPOLIS – The House of Delegates passed legislation Thursday to expand Maryland’s law against the cyberbullying of youngsters. The House’s 137-0 vote followed the Senate’s 45-0 passage last month of a substantially similar measure that would outlaw a one-time online bullying incident conducted with the perpetrator’s knowledge that his or her single post would probably be ...

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