A House committee chairman squelched a late-introduced bill Monday that would restrict Internet Service Providers from selling customers' browsing histories.
Del. Dereck Davis, chairman of the House Economic Matters Committee, called a quick hearing after the Senate passed the measure sponsored by Sen. James C. Rosapepe just hours earlier.
After a hearing in which Rosapepe presented his bill, which was introduced just last week, Davis announced the panel would take no further action.
"To try to do this on the fly, it just doesn't work for me," Davis said.
The Prince George's County Democrat said he has to protect the committee's...