Louisiana AG Audit of Sexually Explicit Books in Public Libraries Calls for Update to Policies to Restrict Children’s Access
February 12, 2023 | Louisiana
The Louisiana Attorney General has issued an audit on sexually explicit reading material found in public libraries that calls for an update to policies restricting children’s access.
“The Protecting Innocence report gives parents and officials the tools they requested to protect Louisiana’s children from sexually explicit material,” said Attorney General Jeff Landry said in a press release on Tuesday. “Our report shows how community libraries can maintain healthy educational environments that allow for young minds to grow, while making sure minors do not have unrestricted access to materials that are inappropriate for their age group.”
Currently, children have access to material that Landry said is far from age appropriate.
He said he isn’t calling for a banning of the books, but an update on library policies and other potential solutions…. (Excerpt from The Epoch Times)