Rep. Jim Banks Calls On DOJ to Enforce Obscenity Laws Against Obscene PornographyChris Menahan
Dec. 07, 2019
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Republican Rep Jim Banks on Friday wrote a letter to the Department of Justice asking Attorney General William Barr to enforce obscenity laws which are already on the books against pornographers.
"The prevalence of obscene pornography in our society has consequences, especially for our children," Rep Banks said. "It's time we start talking about it & it's time to do something about it."
"Our children are being exposed, often accidentally, & are struggling with addiction," he said.
Pornography has been used as a weapon by the Israeli military in the past and studies have shown pornography consumption can have all sorts of terrible effects.
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