Let's Not Let Phone Pollution Hang Up Free SpeechPeter Coy and Michele Galen
The government is having a heck of a time deciding how to approach dial-a-porn. Is it corrupting America's children? Protected by the First Amendment? Or both? Congress has made three stabs at the issue. The latest set of federal laws and rules on dial-a-porn was upheld this year by appellate courts in New York and San Francisco. But few people think the matter has been laid to rest.
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