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Maryland lawmakers plan to try again to make mass violence threats a crime

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Maryland state lawmakers said they'll try again next year to pass legislation that specifically makes it a crime to threaten mass violence. Prince George's County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks lobbied for a criminal-code change in light of two high-profile mass threat cases that took place last year. In March 2012, then-University of Maryland student Alexander Song threatened to go on a...

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