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(Fox8.com) – The state of Pennsylvania is saying hands off the baby bump.

The state has renewed an expanded law that allows pregnant women to press charges against strangers who want to touch their bellies.

The law came about after a man wouldn’t stop harassing a pregnant woman; he wanted to touch her bump and did it against her wishes.

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