A New Jersey state Assembly committee has approved legislation that would require Internet dating services to advise whether their users have undergone criminal background checks and to warn other users that the checks are not foolproof.

The action by the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee clears the way for final legislative approval of the bill, which N.J. Gov. Jon S. Corzine supports, as early as next month.

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