ANNAPOLIS, Md. -
Gun control has taken the spotlight in Annapolis, but lawmakers are working on other bills too as the session winds down.
The Senate passed “Grace’s Law” which makes it a crime to bully a child online.
The bill is named for Grace McComas, the Howard County teen who took her own life after receiving online threats.
The bill now moves to Governor O’Malley’s desk for him to sign into law.
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