Do You Search Your Child's Bedroom?

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Are you wondering what to look for when you search your child's bedroom? New York State Senator Eric Adams wants to show you.

Literally show you. On YouTube. Here's the video:



Who says government officials aren't looking out for us? Adams, a Democratic State Senator from Brooklyn, posted the video as part of a campaign to combat gun violence. He told the New York Daily News that children have no legal right to privacy while they live in your home.

The New York Daily News notes that dramatic music is playing in the background, and I agree that the production values are a little odd. But what Adams is advocating is something that all parents should think about. Do you search your child's bedroom?

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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