Ready to make some money off of Assembly floor session video?
With the Legislature facing a First Amendment challenge, Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday signed legislation repealing the state’s prohibition against using Assembly-generated video for political or commercial purposes.
Assembly Bill 884, by Assemblyman Richard Gordon, D-Menlo Park, officially puts Assembly video within the public domain.
The bill passed the Legislature without dissent, and Brown signed the measure without comment.
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