Indiana lawmakers are moving cautiously in trying to curb the practice of teens sending racy photos or videos of minors by cell phones, reports the Associated Press. Many state lawmakers want to do something about so-called teen "sexting"—the practice of teens sending nude or sexually explicit photos or videos of minors by cell phone. But an interim study committee that looked at the issue Aug. 25 has not decided what it should recommend to the full General Assembly. State Rep. Linda Lawson, D-Hammond, said lawmakers are trying to walk a fine line between doing nothing on one had to legislating...
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