Indiana’s New Obscenity Law and the First Amendment

May 9, 2008

Booksellers were the first companies to complain about Indiana’s new obscenity law. But it’s not just them. According to the Indianapolis Star’s Tim Evans the Indianapolis Museum of Art has joined the fray:

“Why would an institution like the IMA even have to consider whether a great work of art is somehow going to be labeled as falling within this statute?” [ACLU of Indiana legal director Ken Falk] said.

Why indeed?

This entry was posted by: Jim

One comment

  1. IT comes down to others trying to run other peoples lives. More often then not underqualified people at taking care of themselves.
    I think its sad when no matter how well safe guarded. There are people out there that just cant mind their own business.

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