Thursday, May 08, 2008

"Our role in this community is to foster tolerance for creativity, and this law is completely in opposition to that mission"

The Indianapolis Museum of Art and the ACLU have filed a constitutional challenge to a recently passed statute that would require businesses selling pornography to register with the state. Story here in the Indianapolis Star: "The suit's target is House Enrolled Act 1042 .... It requires businesses that sell ['sexually explicit'] material to pay a $250 fee and register with the secretary of state."