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As antisemitic incidents double in Md., state lawmakers pitch solutions

March 27, 2023

With reported antisemitic incidents nearly doubling in Maryland last year, state lawmakers are proposing a package of bills aimed at preventing and addressing hate crimes. Sen. Benjamin F. Kramer (D-Montgomery) introduced five bills in the state Senate that he said target root causes of the increase in bias incidents in Maryland, which rose from 55 in 2021 to 109 in 2022, according to a report published this week by the Anti-Defamation League.
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Article Source: Washington Post

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