CS/HB 611: Internet Screening in Public Library
GENERAL BILL by Baxley
Internet Screening in Public Library; requires public libraries to provide technology that blocks or filters Internet access to specified proscribed visual depictions; allows adults to request disablement of technology; directs Library & Information Services Div. within Department of State to adopt rules requiring written attestation of compliance as condition of state funding; provides finding of important state interest, etc.
Last Action: 5/6/2005 House - Died in Committee on Transportation & Economic Development Appropriations (FC)
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• Referred to Civil Justice (JC); Transportation & Economic Development Appropriations (FC); Justice Council
• Introduced, referred to Civil Justice (JC); Transportation & Economic Development Appropriations (FC); Justice Council -HJ 00060
• On Committee agenda-- Civil Justice (JC), 03/23/05, 10:30 am, 24-H --Temporarily deferred
• On Committee agenda-- Civil Justice (JC), 04/13/05, 1:00 pm, 24-H
• Favorable with CS amendment by Civil Justice (JC); YEAS 4 NAYS 2 -HJ 00569
• Pending review of CS under Rule 6.3(b); Now in Transportation & Economic Development Appropriations (FC) -HJ 00569
• Died in Committee on Transportation & Economic Development Appropriations (FC)
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