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Ansel Adams act for freedom of photography in the USA

D700 Doug

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Sorry if this has been discussed before 

It looks like a step in the right direction for protecting rights and freedoms of US photographers

The bill explicitly states that “still and motion photographs are speech” and that government attempts through threat and intimidation to prevent people from photographing or otherwise recording in the public space violate the First Amendment to the US Constitution.
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