Letting States Decide How To Fight Pornography

For too long, federal courts have been creating a dangerous climate for our children by overturning the important decisions of state courts that restrict pornography production, consumption and distribution within their borders. My bill, the Pornography Jurisdiction Act - H.R. 5528 - simply lets states decide for themselves how they tackle this problem. If there are those who believe a state's anti-pornography laws are too strict, they can find another state in which to live. If anyone is interested in this, please contact my D.C. office.

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