ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — A cyberbullying bill inspired by a Howard County teen moves to the Senate.

According to WJZ’s media partner, the Baltimore Sun, the measure passed in the House Saturday.

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The bill is named “Grace’s Law” after Grace McComas, who committed suicide last year.

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She was the victim of harassment on social media.

The bill would outlaw sites like Facebook and Twitter in cyberbullying.

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The penalty for violation would be a fine or jail time.