LOS ANGELES (AP) — Luke Skywalker actor Mark Hamill is looking to bring the force of law to bear on the practice of selling fake autographs of celebrities and sports stars. Hamill says there have been many times when fans show him movie posters and other memorabilia they believe were signed by him. But he says the autographs are often bogus. Hamill is teaming up with a California lawmaker to extend protections that apply to sports memorabilia to all signed collectibles sold by dealers in the state.


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