A measure that law enforcement officials say reduces the market for stolen cellphones is now law in the city of St. Louis.
People wanting to resell mobile phones in St. Louis would face tough new restrictions under a newly proposed ordinance.
Mayor Francis Slay and Alderman Craig Schmid announced the legislation in a news release Friday.
Remember that law which would make it easier for police to track people's cellphone signals during emergencies? Well, it went into effect today, and there is already a lawsuit filed challenging it.
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