Tue. March 27: Grace’s Law 2.0 Goes to the Maryland House

Join us as we help support a bipartisan bill to address cyberbullying head-on!

We need your help to support a bipartisan bill in Maryland that is addressing cyberbullying head-on. Grace’s Law 2.0 has already passed unanimously in the Maryland Senate. There will be a hearing for the bill in the Maryland House of Delegates on Tuesday, March 27 at 1 pm and we wanted to invite you to attend.
 
The original Grace’s Law passed in 2013 and was named for Grace McComas, a Maryland girl who at age 15 was horrifically bullied online to the point of taking her own life. Grace’s Law 2.0 will modernize this to reflect the current social media landscape. The hope is that once passed in Maryland, other states will begin to adopt it and, as a nation, we will set a new standard for protecting our children from cyberbullying.
 
This groundbreaking legislation has already garnered attention from national news outlets, including Salon and US News & World Report

Please email Rich Harrington at Rich@tylerclementi.org if you would like to learn more or attend the hearing on 3/27 in Annapolis.

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