Both bills were released by the committee and will next be debated in the House.

Committee releases bills to combat trafficking, ammo theft

Jarek RutzGovernment, Headlines

Prostitution and gun ammo were the odd couple of topics to be handled in Wednesday‚Äôs House Judiciary Committee hearing. House Bill 264, sponsored by Rep. Kim Williams, D-Marshallton, makes the crime of ‚Äúpatronizing a prostitute‚ÄĚ a class E felony rather than a misdemeanor when the person from whom prostitution is sought is a minor. Williams‚Äô second bill, House Bill 270, …