In an extraordinary (and likely unconstitutional) move, some Hawaii legislators seek to create law that will hold authors and publishers of guidebooks liable for insufficient warning in the event that a tourist is killed or injured at a recommended spot. [WSJ]
Hawaii legislature tries to create guidebook liability
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