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Last updated on Wednesday, March 26, 2008
(UNDATED) - The American Booksellers Foundation For Free Expression is opposing a new Indiana law requiring bookstore operators to register with the government if they sell “sexually explicit materials.”
The organization argues the regulation could apply to stores that sell mainstream novels and educational books.
The ABFFE will ask the media coalition to file a legal challenge to the law.
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