Will Holman, Open Works' executive director, said in an email that the bill’s passage represents a “historic accomplishment for the maker movement” and puts Maryland in a leadership role.
A 2019 report showed Open Works’ membership was significantly more diverse than that of other maker spaces around the country: 43 percent of its members are people of color, 54 percent are women.
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