The House State Affairs Committee has had enough of sitcoms, dramas and even advertisements being sexual in nature and wants to do something about it.
“We need to take a stand and stand up for for the morality of what is best for the citizens of Idaho,” stated Representative Darrell Bolz.
The Committee would like to see a ban on all depictions of premarital sex, as well as inferences to the act, between the hours of 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.
The proposal is not a bill, nor any act that will change what takes place on the airwaves in the state, but is rather what is known as a “joint memorial,” which is defined as a measure “adopted by both houses and used to make a request of or to express an opinion to Congress, the President of the United States or both.” In other words, legislators will send a statement or opinion to the government, urging it to take action on a certain matter.
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