Lieberman Introduces "Marketing Accountability" Bill

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Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.) today introduced the Media Marketing Accountability Act of 2001, which he says will penalize companies in the entertainment industry “that market sex and violence to kids.”

The bill, co-sponsored by Sen. Herb Kohl, (D-Wis.), would expand the FTC’s authority to crack down on businesses that engage in “false and deceptive advertising practices.”

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