A tribal tattoo on a cross could soon become legal in the state.
The tribal tattoo is the latest in a long line of tattoos and cross designs that have been legal in some areas of the country for centuries.
The Maryland Board of Health and the Maryland State Board of Pardons and Paroles will vote on a resolution Tuesday that would make the cross tattoo on the left forearm legal.
It is not a tribal tattoo, but the Maryland state board of Pards and Parole said it would consider whether to allow it.
The tattoo has been legal on reservations for centuries, but was prohibited on the reservation by federal law, the tribe said.
The tribe’s attorney said tribal tattoo designs were designed to convey the spirit of the tribespeople.
He said the tribal tattoos on the forearm were intended to reflect the tribes people spirit and beliefs.
In a letter to the Maryland Board, the tribal board wrote that tribal designs are the oldest art form in the world.
They are considered sacred symbols, sacred to the tribes and are used in a number of ways, including as ceremonial tattoos on arms, chests, feet, backs and legs.
The tribal board said the designs were made by tribespeople to represent their people, as well as to convey a spirit of friendship and unity.
It said the design, a stylized cross, is an image of the tribe, a symbol of life and strength.
The board said it will consider whether the design is appropriate and appropriate to the tribe and that the tribal tattoo can only be applied to a person of the same tribe.
Maryland’s Tribal Tattoo and Cross Preservation Act, signed by Gov.
Larry Hogan, makes it legal for tribal tattoo and cross design to be on the state’s arm and shoulder.
It was enacted in 2009 and says that if a person is on a reservation, they must be on that reservation.
In Maryland, tattoos and crosses are considered tribal designs, meaning that they are not considered art.
The state board’s vote will come after a three-year study into the tribal designs.
The study will look at whether they have cultural or historical value and if they are appropriate.
The tribe will not be allowed to display the designs on its own property.
It is the second time in a decade that tribal tattoos have been legalized in Maryland.
In 2005, the state board voted to allow tribal tattoos to be displayed on tribal lands and at tribal weddings.
In the meantime, tribal tattoos remain illegal in some other states, including California and Utah.