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Home Depot controversy fueled by semantics, miscues

WASHINGTON (BP)--An official with a pro-homosexuality group said June 6 the organization issued a news release that incorrectly characterized the nature of a corporate grant from retailer Home Depot as well as the group's relationship with the company, according to a CNSNews.com report.

Free legal defense offered to libraries with Internet filters

WASHINGTON (BP)--In an effort to assuage the legal concerns of local officials who want to keep pornography away from kids in public libraries, a New York City-based public interest legal group is offering its services free to libraries that want to install anti-pornography Internet filtering systems on public computer terminals, CNSNews.com reported April 2.

Bill asks FCC to curb violence on TV during kids’ ‘safe harbor’

WASHINGTON (BP)--Two southern Democrats are teaming up to create what they call a "safe harbor" of television programming for kids by forcing the federal government to crack down on violent TV shows, CNSNews.com reported Feb. 12.

WWF federal lawsuit seeking to derail group’s campaign against ‘Smackdown!’

WASHINGTON (BP)--The Connecticut-based World Wrestling Federation is suing the Parents Television Council, accusing the family entertainment advocacy group of "tortuous and fraudulent activities."

Rabbinical court excommunicates Lieberman for stances called ‘scandal’ to Judaism

WASHINGTON (BP)–A rabbinical court in Brooklyn, New York, has taken the unusual step of excommunicating Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman, the Democratic vice presidential hopeful on Al Gore’s ticket. The New York Torah Court, in an Oct. 23 announcement, stated that Lieberman caused “grave scandal” for the Jewish religion “by the fact that, while claiming to […]