SHAME: MA delegation silent on prosecution of pornography

Despite your emails and calls over the last month, our congressional delegation remained silent on the enforcement of federal obscenity laws. Not one of our members of Congress—ten representatives and two senators—signed the letter sent to Attorney General Holder, calling on the U.S. Department of Justice to prosecute those violating the law. This is outright shameful!

Please CLICK HERE to see the final letter (PDF) that was sent to Attorney General Holder. Note that even liberal Senators Olympia Snowe and Dianne Feinstein took a stand against pornography and signed the letter. Does the entire Massachusetts delegation, including Senator Scott Brown, condone hardcore, illegal pornography that destroys the lives of innumerable women, and directly impacts countless families and children? It is shocking that not one member of our delegation signed the letter!

FINAL HOLDER LETTER

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