TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Minors in New Jersey who engage in sexting would not be placed on the state’s Megan’s Law registry.

Gov. Chris Christie signed the provision into law on Tuesday.

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The measure also imposes a $30 a month fee on those convicted of sex offenses. The money would be used to cover the expense of supervising the offenders.

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The bill would provide training for parole officers to determine if supervised sex offenders have illegally used electronic devices in violation of restrictions.

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