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[访谈录] 2013-09-14&09-16 哈莉·贝瑞、珍妮弗·加纳支持反狗仔队法案

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[访谈录] 2013-09-14&09-16 哈莉·贝瑞、珍妮弗·加纳支持反狗仔队法案

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 Paparazzi Under Siege by Hollywood Mothers


Jennifer Garner, Halle Berry seek law to stop photos of minors without parental permission.


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[Homework]2013-09-14&09-16 哈莉·贝瑞、珍妮弗·加纳支持反狗仔队法案

the actresses Jennifer Garner and Halle Berry launch a major law being pushed telling law makers horrific stories about the paparazzi following their families around and traumatizingtheir kids.they are behind the bill to keep the photographers from snapping pictures of minors without parental permission.
ABC‘s Didi.R is in Los Angelas where she says their efforts are actually getting somewhere,hey ya DD.
hey there Biana and Dan,yes,their efforts really have paid off so far.because the vote on that bill was unanimous and it comes just weeks after law makers heard some heart-targeting testimony from two Hollywood moms.
this is what some Hollywood celebrities face every time they step out of their home and when they are with their kids the shatters don't stop.
Just watch B.S and her son surrounded by clicking cameras in the 2000 fold documentary celebrity that took viewers behind the vilva ropes in the world of celebrity photography.
This morning celebrities are one step closer to winning the fight to protect their children from harassment by paparazzi in California.
Two weeks ago California law makers heard a emotional testimony from famous moms like H.B and J.G about how their children's lives are affected by photographers.
i don't want again of shouting arguing and law-breaking photographers who came out every where we are, all day everyday to continue traumatizing my kids.
The bill which just passed the state senate still allows photographers to take pictures of stars' children but it would make the paparazzi-so who seriously alarms,annoys,torments or terrorizes the child while doing so subject to fines and jail time.
Some celebrities have fought back in other ways,Angelina Julie and Brad Pitt have sold the right of the first pictures of their children in all bringing in a reported 18 million dollars and donated it to charity.
Some media watchers say ultimately legal action won't stop the profitable pictures from ending up in magazines but it could change how they are taken.
hopefully this act will at some level deter it and send the message that it is just not OK.
This bill goes to the governor this week and if pass anyone caught harassing the child of a celebrity will face a year in jail and tens of thousands dollars in fines.Dan and Biana.
Thanks Didi.



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the actresses Jennifer Garner and Halle Berry launch a major law being pushed telling law makers horrific stories about the paparazzi following their families around and traumatizing
their kids.they are behind the bill to keep the photographers from snapping pictures of minors without parental permission.
ABC‘s Didi.R is in Los Angelas where she says their efforts are actually getting somewhere,hey ya DD.
hey there Biana and Dan,yes,their efforts really have paid off so far.because the vote on that bill was unanimous and it comes just weeks after law makers heard some heart-targeting testimony from two Hollywood moms.
this is what some Hollywood celebrities face every time they step out of their home and when they are with their kids the shatters don't stop.
Just watch B.S and her son surrounded by clicking cameras in the 2000 fold documentary celebrity that took viewers behind the vilva ropes in the world of celebrity photography.
This morning celebrities are one step closer to winning the fight to protect their children from harassment by paparazzi in California.
Two weeks ago California law makers heard a emotional testimony from famous moms like H.B and J.G about how their children's lives are affected by photographers.
i don't want again of shouting arguing and law-breaking photographers who came out every where we are, all day everyday to continue traumatizing my kids.
The bill which just passed the state senate still allows photographers to take pictures of stars' children but it would make the paparazzi-so who seriously alarms,annoys,torments or terrorizes the child while doing so subject to fines and jail time.
Some celebrities have fought back in other ways,Angelina Julie and Brad Pitt have sold the right of the first pictures of their children in all bringing in a reported 18 million dollars and donated it to charity.
Some media watchers say ultimately legal action won't stop the profitable pictures from ending up in magazines but it could change how they are taken.
"hopefully this act will at some level deter it and send the message that it is just not OK."
This bill goes to the governor this week and if pass anyone caught harassing the child of a celebrity will face a year in jail and tens of thousands dollars in fines.Dan and Biana.
Thanks Didi.
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[Homework] [访谈录] 2013-09-14&09-16 哈莉•贝瑞、珍妮弗•加纳支持反狗仔队法案

The actresses Jennifer Garner and Halle Berry launched a major lawing pushed to tell law makers the horror stories about the paparazzi following their families around and traumatizing their kids.  
They’re behind the bill to keep the photographors from snapping pictures of minor without parental permission. ABC’s D is in Los Angeles, while she says their efforts are finally getting somewhere. Hey D.
Hey, there B and Dan. Yes, their efforts really have paid off so far, because the vote on that bill was unanimous and they come after just weeks after the law makers heard some heart-targeting testimony from two Hollywood mums.

This is what some Hollywood celebrities face every time they step out of their home, and when they’re with their kids, the shooters don’t stop. Just watch B and her son surrounded by clicking cameras in the 2004 Documentary Celebrity that took viewers behind the * ropes in the world of celebrity photography.
“Stop, stop.”

This morning celebrities are one step closer to winning the fight to protect their children from harassment and paparazzi in California.
Two weeks ago California law makers heard emotional testimony from famous mums like Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner about how their children’s lives are effected by photographers.
“And I don’t want again of shouting, arguing, and lawbreaking photographers who came out every where we’re, all the every day to continue traumatizing my kids.”
The bill which’s just passed by state senate still allows photographers to take pictures of stars’ children but it would make paparazzo who seriously alarms, annoys, torments, or terrorizes a child while doing so, subject to fines and jail time.

Some celebrities have fought back in other ways. Angelina Julie and Brad Pitt have sold the rights of the first pictures of bare children in all bringing in a reported $18 million and donating it to charities. Some media will just say ultimately legal action won’t stop profitable pictures from ending up in magazines, but they could change how they’re takn.
“I hope this act will help at some level deter it and send a message that it’s just not ok.”

The bill goes to the governor this week if passed, anyone who called harassing the child of celebrities would face a-year in jail and tens of thousands of dollars in fine. Dan and B.
Thanks, D.
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[Homework] [访谈录] 2013-09-14&09-16 哈莉•贝瑞、珍妮弗•加纳支持反狗仔队法案
The actresses Jennifer Garner and Halle Berry launched a major lobbying push, telling lawmakers horror stories about paparazzi following their families around and traumatizing their kids. They are behind a bill to keep the photograpers from snapping pictures of minors without parental permission. ABC's D. D. R.'s in Los Angeles where she says their efforts are finally getting somewhere. Hey, D. D.!

Hey, there! Fiona and Dan. Yes, their efforts really have paid off so far because the vote on that bill was unanimous and it comes just weeks after lawmakers heard some heart-tugging testimony from two Hollywood moms.

This is what some Hollywood celebrities face every time they step out of their home and when they are with their kids, the shutters don't stop. Just watch Britney Spears and her son surrounded by clicking cameras in the 2012 documentary "$ellebrity" that took viewers behind the velvet ropes in the world of celebrity photography.
“Stop, stop.”
This morning celebrities are one step closer to winning the fight to protect their children from harrassment by paparazzi in California. Weeks ago,  California lawmakers heard emotional testimony from famous moms like Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner about how their children's lives are affected by photographers.
"And I don't want again for shouting, arguing, law-breaking photographers who camp out everywhere we are, all day every day, to continue traumatizing my kids."
The bill which just passes the State Senate still allows photographers to take pictures of stars' children. But it will make a paparazzo who seriously alarm, annoys, torments or terrorizes a child while doing so subject to fines and jail times. Some celebrities have fought back in other ways. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have sold the right to the first pictures of their children, in all bring in a reported $18 million and donating it to charity. Some media watchers say ultimately legal action won't stop the profitable pictures from ending up in magazines but it could change how they're taken.
"Hopefully this will act as some level of deterrent and sends a message that it's just not okay."
The bill goes to the Governor this week. If pass, anyone caught harrassing the child of a celebrity would face a year in jail and tens of thousands of dollars in fines. Dan and Fiona? Thanks, D. D..
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[Homework]2013-09-14&09-16 哈莉·贝瑞、珍妮弗·加纳支持反狗仔队法案

The actresses Jennifer Garner and Halle Berry launch a major law being  for telling law-makers horrific stories about the paparazzi following their families around and traumatizing their kids.
They are behind a bill to keep thephotograpers from snapping pictures of minors without parental permission.ABC's D. D. R.'s in Los Angeleswhere she says their efforts are finally getting somewhere. Hey, D. D.!

Hey, there! Fiona and Dan. Yes, their efforts really have paid off so farbecause the vote on that bill was unanimous and it comes just weeks afterlawmakers heard some heart-tugging testimony from two Hollywoodmoms.

This is what some Hollywood celebrities faceevery time they step out of their home and when they are with their kids, theshutters don't stop. Just watch Britney Spears and her son surrounded byclicking cameras in the 2012 documentary Cellebrity that tookviewers behind the velvet ropes in the world of celebrity photography.
“Stop, stop.”


This morning celebrities are one step closer to winning the fight to protecttheir children from harrassment by paparazzi in California. Weeks ago,  Californialawmakers heard emotional testimony from famous moms like Halle Berry andJennifer Garner about how their children's lives are affected by photographers.


And I don't want again for shouting, arguing, law-breaking photographerswho camE out everywhere we are, all day every day, to continue traumatizing mykids.


The bill which just passes the State Senate still allows photographers to takepictures of stars' children. But it will make a paparazzo who seriously alarm,annoys, torments or terrorizes a child while doing so subject to fines and jailtimes. Some celebrities have fought back in other ways. Angelina Jolie and BradPitt have sold the right to the first pictures of their children, in all bringing in a reported $18 million and donating it to charity. Some media watchers sayultimately legal action won't stop the profitable pictures from ending up inmagazines but it could change how they're taken.


Hopefully this will act as some level of deterrent and sends a messagethat it's just not okay.


The bill goes to the Governor this week. If pass, anyone caught harrassing thechild of a celebrity would face a year in jail and tens of thousands of dollarsin fines. Dana Diona? Thanks, Dion.
                                                   
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[Homework]2013-09-14&09-16 哈莉·贝瑞、珍妮弗·加纳支持反狗仔队法案

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     This is what some Hollywood celebrities space everytime they step out their home and when they are with their kids.The shutters don't stop,just watched Britney Spierce and her son surrounded by putting cameras in 2012 documentary celebrity.They took viewers  behind the velb ropes in the world of celebrities for photography.
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    Hopefully,this will act some level deturn and send a messenge that is just not ok. The bill goes to the governer this week.If passed,anyone caught herasing the child of the celebrity will face a year in jail and tens of thousands  of dollars in fines.Danna Biana.Thanks Addi.




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[Homework]2013-09-14&09-16 哈莉·贝瑞、珍妮弗·加纳支持反狗仔队法案

The actresses Jennifer Garner and Halle Berry launch a major law being  for telling law-makers horrific stories about the paparazzi following their families around and traumatizing their kids.
They are behind a bill to keep thephotograpers from snapping pictures of minors without parental permission.ABC's D. D. R.'s in Los Angeleswhere she says their efforts are finally getting somewhere. Hey, D. D.!

Hey, there! Fiona and Dan. Yes, their efforts really have paid off so farbecause the vote on that bill was unanimous and it comes just weeks afterlawmakers heard some heart-tugging testimony from two Hollywoodmoms.

This is what some Hollywood celebrities faceevery time they step out of their home and when they are with their kids, theshutters don't stop. Just watch Britney Spears and her son surrounded byclicking cameras in the 2012 documentary Cellebrity that tookviewers behind the velvet ropes in the world of celebrity photography.
“Stop, stop.”


This morning celebrities are one step closer to winning the fight to protecttheir children from harrassment by paparazzi in California. Weeks ago,  Californialawmakers heard emotional testimony from famous moms like Halle Berry andJennifer Garner about how their children's lives are affected by photographers.


And I don't want again for shouting, arguing, law-breaking photographerswho camE out everywhere we are, all day every day, to continue traumatizing mykids.


The bill which just passes the State Senate still allows photographers to takepictures of stars' children. But it will make a paparazzo who seriously alarm,annoys, torments or terrorizes a child while doing so subject to fines and jailtimes. Some celebrities have fought back in other ways. Angelina Jolie and BradPitt have sold the right to the first pictures of their children, in all bringing in a reported $18 million and donating it to charity. Some media watchers sayultimately legal action won't stop the profitable pictures from ending up inmagazines but it could change how they're taken.


Hopefully this will act as some level of deterrent and sends a messagethat it's just not okay.


The bill goes to the Governor this week. If pass, anyone caught harrassing thechild of a celebrity would face a year in jail and tens of thousands of dollarsin fines. Dana Diona? Thanks, Dion.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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