AUSTIN -- A Texas lawmaker has filed a bill which would secure a person's right to film or document police without being harassed.
The bill is called the Freedom to Film Act. It was filed by Republican State Senator Craig Estes of Wichita Falls.
The bill hopes to clarify that a citizen is perfectly within their right to film police officers during the course of normal duties.
Estes says "the police are public servants, so they should not be doing anything that they would not want caught on film."