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Topic - Amy Stephens
Using intimate photos or videos of significant others to humiliate them would be a crime under a bill being considered by lawmakers in Colorado, which is joining a growing number of states tackling the issue referred to as revenge porn.
A Colorado Republican lawmaker has shelved her proposal to criminalize the practice of so-called revenge pornography among minors.
Republicans competing for their party's nomination to challenge Sen. Mark Udall bashed the Democratic senator at a debate Tuesday night but offered few disagreements among themselves.
Democratic Sen. Mark Udall has found himself in a tight race for re-election in Colorado as state voters turn on President Obama and his health care law, according to a poll released Thursday.
Rep. Amy Stephens, R-Monument, another bill sponsor, said the legislation is trying to address what she referred to as "non-consensual pornography," instances where someone shares an intimate photo with a partner during a relationship "with the understanding that it's for that person's eyes only."
"Six months later it winds up on a revenge porn site," she said. "It's destroyed lives. It's destroyed careers. It's destroyed jobs."