General Assembly passes protective order, hate crime, hairstyle bills

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ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland General Assembly passed legislation in the waning hours of its virus-abbreviated 2020 session to enable alleged victims of sexual assault to seek protective orders against any individual who allegedly attacked them in the previous six months. If enacted, the bill would broaden the existing law that permits alleged victims to seek protection ...

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