As an upstart candidate for Baltimore state's attorney, Marilyn Mosby went to Annapolis in 2013 pushing a bill to help prosecute repeat sex offenders. Filed late in the session, it had just one sponsor and went nowhere.
This year, Mosby is back for a fourth try, with passage in the Senate last year under her belt and now counting the support of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, who adopted the bill this year as part of his legislative package on crime.
The bill would allow prosecutors to introduce evidence of past sexual assault allegations when an accused attacker claims an encounter was consensual.
Despite recent momentum, the bill's prospects remain unclear. Legislators...