Anne Arundel delegate's bill singles out use of nooses, swastikas in threats

When Del. Mark Chang was 7-years-old, he walked outside with his family to get into their car to handle some errands. The family was met with a gruesome sight: a dead cat hanging from a noose on a fence post on their property. Chang hopes a hate crime bill he filed will hold people accountable who use nooses or swastikas as intimidation tools. “I’m 42 years old now, and I still have these memories,” Chang said. “This legislation is personal to me.” (Capital)

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