Description: Deceased soldiers; express legislative intent that persons using names or images of must first get consent from families.
Bill Text: [Introduced]
History of Actions:
|1||03/26 (H) Referred To Rules|
|2||04/05 (H) Died In Committee|
|Effective date||No Effective Date|
|Vote type required||Majority|
Principal Author: Martinson
Additional Authors: Akins, Barnett, Beckett, Bounds, Carlton, Davis, Denny, Formby, Gregory, Gunn, Hamilton (109th), Ishee, Jennings, Markham, Mayhall, Mayo, McBride, Moore, Parker, Reeves, Rogers (61st), Simpson, Smith (59th), Snowden, Stevens, Upshaw, Weathersby, Woods, Zuber
Title: A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION EXPRESSING THE INTENT OF THE LEGISLATURE THAT ANY PERSON OR GROUP THAT WISHES TO DISPLAY ON SIGNS, GOODS OR CLOTHING THE NAME OR IMAGE OF ANY MEMBER OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES WHO WAS KILLED WHILE ON ACTIVE DUTY SHALL FIRST OBTAIN THE WRITTEN CONSENT FOR THAT DISPLAY FROM THE FAMILY OF THE DECEASED.
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