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A handful of state lawmakers are working to make teen 'sexting' a thing of the past.
According to The State, "A pair of bills were pre-filed last month in the House and Senate, prohibiting minors ages 12-17 from electronically transmitting photographs depicting themselves or other teens in a state of sexual activity or a state of sexually explicit nudity."
If the bills pass, teens caught sexting could face a fine of up to $100 and may be required to take an educational course. If they fail to pay the fine, they'll face driving restrictions.
For further detail on the proposed sexting bills, make your way to today's article in The State.