The sex lottery campaign
We don't know whether to laugh or cry at humanity right now.
From the relatively innocent to "YOUR DA SELLS AVON" to "YOUR NANS DEAD", the gang is all there.
Those three measures are among hundreds of bills that take effect Oct.
1 after being passed by the General Assembly this year in a landmark session for advocates of sexual assault victims.
Acts that most would consider rape will be called just that.
And evidence of sexual assault will have to be kept for 20 years.
A third sets a statewide standard for law enforcement to preserve “rape kits,” ending a policy under which some jurisdictions discarded them after a few months.“We definitely improved Maryland’s laws for survivors of sexual assault on a number of different levels,” said Lisae Jordan, executive director of the Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault.