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If Lawmakers Get Their Way, Teens’ Sexting Could Land Them Behind Bars for 15 Years

A bill that passed the U.S. House of Representatives earlier this month could harshly penalize adolescents for their high-tech flirting and sexual experimentation. The post If Lawmakers Get Their Way, Teens’ Sexting Could Land Them Behind Bars for 15 Years appeared first on Rewire.
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