CA Pols Rein In Journalists With Paparazzi, Autopsy Legislation

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The California Assembly is taking on the paparazzi, reports the Los Angeles Times. Photographers who drive recklessly in pursuit of celebrity photos or block sidewalks creating a sense of "false imprisonment" will face stiff new penalties, including possible jail time, under a measure that gained final approval in the Assembly on Tuesday. Assembly Speaker Karen Bass (D- Los Angeles) wrote the bill after hearing tales of paparazzi encounters from actresses Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, among others, and about . . .

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