ND Legislators Pull out on Anti-Porn Bill

Rep. Lawrence Klemin (R-Bismarck)

A bill to ban Internet porn in North Dakota was withdrawn in the state House today at the request of the legislator who introduced it.

Rep. Lawrence Klemin (R-Bismarck) gave up on the bill a day after people found out about it and ridiculed it mercilessly.

The bill would have required every Internet-connected device to have a built-in censor to block “obscene material.” To get rid of the censor, you would have had to pay the state $20.

Readers pointed out that the same legislation was proposed in South Carolina.

 

Be the first to comment on "ND Legislators Pull out on Anti-Porn Bill"

Leave a comment