NJ May need a 1st amendment refresher

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It is all over the photography rights blogs, but if you haven’t read anything, they go into detail here, here, here, and here. The basic idea is that new jersey lawmakers have the good intention of trying to help the community by making it illegal to photograph children without their parents’ consent. The idea is to prevent not-so-upstanding citizens from procuring images of children who who-knows-what purpose. The problem is that this proposed law violates a very important and fundamental part of the bill of rights. So here we have a cloudy crossroads for some, for me it is easy – I am very much in support of first amendment rights, especially when it comes to taking photos in public.

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