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New Louisiana law will criminalize approaching police under certain circumstances

  • A new Louisiana law prohibits approaching within 25 feet of a police officer during their duties, signed by Gov. Jeff Landry, sparking concerns about hindering the public's ability to film officers.
  • Last year, a similar bill was vetoed by former Gov. John Bel Edwards, with opposition from lawmakers, particularly Black Democrats, who fear it could restrict onlookers from observing police activities.
  • The law mandates fines, jail time, or both for individuals convicted of approaching police after being ordered to stay back.
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