Indiana Law Targets ‘Explicit’ Books

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A new Indiana law would force bookstores to pay licensing fees to be allowed to sell sexually explicit books

A new Indiana law — due to take effect July 1 — would force any bookstore that sold even one book that could be broadly described as “sexually explicit” to pay a $250 license fee and be classified as an “adult bookstore.”

Adam Ragusea from NPR member station WFIU in Bloomington, Indiana reports.

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