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Anti Stalking Bill Passes Senate

State Senator Steve Stadelman’s legislation aimed at combating electronic stalking has successfully passed the Senate and advanced to the House.


Electronic stalking, a form of harassment and intimidation facilitated through various digital platforms and communication channels, has become increasingly prevalent in today’s society.


In this modern technological era, electronic devices are commonly used to track keys, wallets, luggage, and other personal items. However, these electronic devices can also be used by people to stalk others.


The measure seeks to include electronic stalking as a method of criminal stalking, providing crucial legal protections for victims in the digital age.



Senate Bill 2683 passed the Senate and heads to the House for further consideration.

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