Assuming the above photo wasn’t taken a year ago and just posted to her Instagram this weekend, Snooki is looking amazing after just giving birth to baby Lorenzo a month ago. We’re sure she was thrilled to go out with her “besties” too. And clearly, she and her friends aren’t in the least bit bothered by the fact that the Jersey Shore star’s past televised antics are now the subject of a proposed law in her adopted home state. New Jersey Assembleyman Ronald Dancer (love that name, btw) introduced the Snookiville Law on Monday, according to the Associated Press. The law would let individual towns impose certain restrictions on TV crews shooting reality shows, such as requiring the production to pay for the increased police presence sometimes required when the casts are out and about.
The law probably won’t affect Jersey Shore itself, since the last season is wrapping up soon. And Snooki & JWOWW has hardly been causing a public disturbance. But will it cause other productions to think twice about deciding to set their shows in the state? And will towns then lose revenue as a result? We’ll keep an eye out for this one.