Bill would outlaw gang recruiting on Internet
By Stephanie Sanchez
El Paso Times
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EL PASO, Texas — Gang members could be prosecuted for promoting their activities or recruiting members on the Internet if a bill introduced Thursday in the Texas Legislature is approved.
Dallas Republican state Sen. John Carona's Anti-Gang and Corruption Act would crack down on gang activity, including punishing online gang activity.
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