Letter to Attorney General still lacking Massachusetts backing

A few weeks ago we asked you to contact your Member of Congress to ask them to sign on to an effort to get the U.S. Department of Justice to enforce federal obscenity laws and prosecute those violating them. The reality is that Congress has already passed the laws; it now the responsibility of the Department of Justice to enforce them and they’re NOT doing it.

To date, not one of our members of Congress – ten representatives and two senators – have signed this letter being circulated by both Republicans and Democrats. Twenty-two other senators and thirty-five other representatives have signed the letter, but more are needed to apply much needed pressure on Attorney General Eric Holder.

It is SHAMEFUL that NOT A ONE of the Massachusetts delegation wants to enforce the federal laws on obscenity, most especially the pornography that is destroying the lives of countless families, marriages and children.

Please CLICK HERE to send your email to your congressman (or congresswoman) and senator right now and help pressure the Justice Department to start prosecuting the producers of illegal pornography.

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