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Media escapes with scratches in undercover-video fight with Planned Parenthood

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill last week that increases penalties for certain violations of the state’s laws against recording private conversations, over the objections of media and civil liberties groups. It’s a win for Planned Parenthood, which pushed Assembly Bill 1671 as a way to crack down on undercover recordings like the ones made of its executives by...
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