'I'm not God to know what goes on inside my rooms,' the manager replied with a shrug.
“I cannot support an amendment that weakens protection against teenagers from predatory activity and creates a dangerous new child exploitation loophole,” he said in a statement.
Martinez disagreed with the proposal offered by Muñoz.
A new law in New Mexico means adolescents can now send explicit pictures, and as long as they are consensual, will not risk having any charges brought against them.
The proposal specifies that minors who engage in sexting are exempted from prosecution if they “knowingly and voluntarily” exchange pictures without any intimidation involved.
The study concluded by saying sexting was the new “normal” of teenage sexual behavior.
Most states have not updated their child abuse image laws.
But the district attorney’s office decided against it.
“Most people from a commonsense perspective; agree that is not behavior that should be regarded as criminal.
As reports, Governor Susana Martinez, a Republican, signed a proposal allowing adolescents between 14- to 18-years-old to engage in sexting without facing child pornography charges, harsh prison sentences, or having tainted criminal records.