BATON ROUGE, Louisiana, USA by Ed Anderson of the Times-Picayune (4/17/12) — A Senate committee Monday took the first step toward passing legislation that would deny state tax breaks to the producers of pornographic movies. Despite criticism that the bill does not clearly define pornography, the Senate Finance Committee gave unanimous approval to a heavily amended Senate Bill 513 by Sen. A.G. Crowe, R-Slidell, that would require the Department of Economic Development or the Office of Entertainment Industry Development to deny the tax breaks if the film is pornographic.
Crowe’s bill now heads to the Senate floor for debate. “Do you have a definition of what pornography is?” Sen. Edwin Murray, D-New Orleans, asked Crowe.
Crowe said although the bill does not have a specific definition, it would apply to X-rated movies or movies that are “triple X or quadruple X. I don’t have a definition of pornography; you know it when you see it.”
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