• Friday, Apr. 30, 1999
Senate Bill Protecting Dead Icons Clears Hurdle

Heirs of dead stars won a key battle in the fight against unauthorized use of their late relatives' images after the California state senate recently approved a bill that, if passed, would increase the protective powers heirs have over the names and likenesses of deceased family members.


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