February 16, 2012

Who’s committed to enforcing porn laws?

One News Now
February 16, 2012

A national organization fighting against pornography is crafting a letter to Congress that calls on lawmakers to hold a hearing on the harms of such material.

Dawn Hawkins, executive director of Morality in Media (MIM), tells One News Now more about the group’s efforts.  “We’re trying to send a letter to Congress, to key members of the Energy and Commerce Committee, as well as the Judiciary Committee, asking them to have a hearing on the issue of pornography, the pandemic of harm coming from pornography, and the need to vigorously enforce our laws,” she explains.

MIM has already collected thousands of signatures, but Hawkins is urging more folks to join more than 100 national and state organizations in The War on Illegal Pornography …

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Dawn Hawkins, executive director of Morality in Media (MIM), tells OneNewsNow more about the group’s efforts.

“We’re trying to send a letter to Congress, to key members of the Energy and Commerce Committee, as well as the Judiciary Committee, asking them to have a hearing on the issue of pornography, the pandemic of harm coming from pornography, and the need to vigorously enforce our laws,” she explains.

No porn smallMIM has already collected thousands of signatures, but Hawkins is urging more folks to join more than 100 national and state organizations in The War on Illegal Pornography.

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