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Hawaii Senate passes Steven Tyler Act that seeks to protect celebrities’ privacy

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Twenty-three of Hawaii’s 25 Senate members voted in favor of the bill, which now goes to the House for consideration.

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Posted by on March 6, 2013 in Advocacy

 

One response to “Hawaii Senate passes Steven Tyler Act that seeks to protect celebrities’ privacy

  1. Cadeflaw

    March 6, 2013 at 4:29 pm

    Senator Sam Slom, the only Republican, opposes the measure. Seems the senator is more concerned about editorial jokes than the right for privacy. Why does everything have to be an attack on First Amendment rights? I wonder if Senator Slom’s opinion would be different if he awaken to the morning newspaper and there was a picture of him sitting on the commode in HIS home. I don’t think he’d be too happy with that.

     

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