KY Attorney General Supports Ban On Smoking Scenes In Movies

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 2/08/2013 7:24 pm
About 30 Attorneys General, including Kentucky's Jack Conway, say the movies are getting too 'smoky.'

The Kentucky Post quotes the Centers for Disease Control saying on-screen cigarette smoking has gone up in the last two years.

Now 30 Attorneys General have signed a letter to Rupert Murdock, of 20th Century Fox, asking him to take smoking out of any movie rated G, PG, and PG-13.

The group is concerned about the possible influence on young people.


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