Parents in Arizona who want to read their kids text messages need a court order to get them, even if the parent pays the bill.
A new bill wants to let parents access text messages sent to and from their child's phone without a court order.
The law requires cell phone companies to offer Arizona parents access to their minor children's texts.
But the cell phone companies would require a fee.
This got a lot of us talking in the newsroom this morning. What do you think about this? Should parents need a court order or should they just be able to look at their kids' phone?
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