Today in Censorship...

Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels recently signed into law a bill requiring bookstores to register with the governor and pay a $250 fine if they sell "sexually explicit materials" (bye bye, Kama Sutra).

As pointed out in a newsletter distributed by the National Coalition Against Censorship, "sexually explicit" "could include Lady Chatterly's Lover, Fear of Flying, and The Joy of Sex. Yikes.

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