The U.S. Senate on Thursday approved legislation setting up a national registry for sex offenders that includes a new record-keeping requirement for Hollywood movies that have steamy love scenes. On a unanimous voice vote, the Senate approved the Adam Walsh Act setting up the registry and including a provision that would require Hollywood studios to ensure that they keep records of the ages of the actors who pretend to have sex in motion pictures and TV shows. Brooks Boliek reports.
H’Wood Reporter: Senate approves filmed-sex bill
H'Wood Reporter: Senate approves filmed-sex bill
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