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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill that would "strongly encourage" local governments in Washington to authorize their law-enforcement officers to use body cameras is advancing in the Legislature.  The measure puts limits on who's allowed to receive images from the cameras under Washington's public-records law.  The "Spokesman-Review" reports it also allows a police department to withhold recordings that are "highly offensive to a reasonable person."  The Senate has approved the House-passed bill, and it will now head back to the House for agreement on Senate changes.

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