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Lawmakers hail bills barring cyberbullying, child porn, violence against pregnant women

General Assembly decriminalizes attempted suicide, honors Marshall

ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland General Assembly this year addressed the dangers posed by social media and increasingly realistic computer graphics in passing legislation to expand protections against on-line bullying of youngsters and to prevent child pornography in the digital age. The legislature, in the 90-day session that ended Monday, also enhanced penalties for violent acts against ...

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