Porn Industry Braces to Fight Anti-Obscenity Push The Bush administration wants to put more money into wiping out obscene material. But producers of these materials have fought off such campaigns before, and at least one free-speech group says the last anti-obscenity drive in the 1980s did not have a lasting effect. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.
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Porn Industry Braces to Fight Anti-Obscenity Push

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Porn Industry Braces to Fight Anti-Obscenity Push

Porn Industry Braces to Fight Anti-Obscenity Push

Porn Industry Braces to Fight Anti-Obscenity Push

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The Bush administration wants to put more money into wiping out obscene material. But producers of these materials have fought off such campaigns before, and at least one free-speech group says the last anti-obscenity drive in the 1980s did not have a lasting effect. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.