Maryland House Unanimously Passes 'Grace's Law' 2.0 Anti-Cyberbullying BillThe bill, "Grace's Law 2.0" passed unanimously at 137-0.
Maryland Senate Passes Revised Cyber-Bullying LawMaryland lawmakers in 2013 passed "Grace's Law," a bipartisan bill that made it a misdemeanor to repeatedly and maliciously bully someone through use of a computer or cellphone. Five years later, some of the same legislators are back to update the law to reflect the new media landscape.
Maryland Senate OK's Stronger Law Against Online BullyingThe Maryland Senate passed a bill Thursday to strengthen a state law to address online bullying of children.
House To Review Health Insurance, Cyberbullying BillsMaryland's House of Delegates will likely vote Tuesday on a plan to help residents who have struggled with the state's health insurance exchange online.
Ray Rice Shares His Experience With Online BullyingBullying is a big problem across the nation so Ravens running back Ray Rice is spreading a message of hope in Maryland, reaching out to thousands of parents and kids.
Cousins Of Bullied Teen Encourage 'Kindness For Grace' On What Would Have Been Her 17th BirthdayOctober is National Bullying Awareness Month. It's also the month Grace McComas would have turned 17. The Howard County teen took her own life after relentless cyberbullying.
Ray Rice Rallies Against Cyberbullying In Howard CountyA Super Bowl champion is a champion for victims of cyberbullying. The Ravens' Ray Rice meets with families in Howard County to raise awareness.
Cyberbullying Bill Named After Howard County Teen Moves To SenateA cyberbullying bill inspired by a Howard County teen moves to the Senate.