Sheila Pott, right, is hugged by family friend, Cynthia Frybarger, after lawmakers approved a measure named after Pott's daughter, Audrie, that would make it easier to prosecute juveniles who sexually... more 
Sheila Pott, right, is hugged by family friend, Cynthia Frybarger, after lawmakers approved a measure named after Pott's daughter, Audrie, that would make it easier to prosecute juveniles who sexually assault unconscious victims, as adults, at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. The Senate Public Safety Committee approved SB838, by Sen. Jim Beall, D-San Jose, that was named after Audrie Pott, a 15-year-old Saratoga High School student who committed suicide days after she was sexually assaulted while unconscious by three male classmates and had photos of her half nude body posted on line. The bill also includes a cyberbullying statute that would make it a felony to share obscene or sexual photos of young people or their body parts on social media or smartphones to harass or bully them.(AP Photo) less 
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Tue, Apr 29, 2014 3:48 PM EDT