|Voted for Telecommunications Reform Act, which included terms for voluntary TV ratings system. Proposed legislation in 1994 to establish system for federal government to evaluate violent content.||Voted to maintain funding while in Senate from 19791997.||Voted for V-Chip as part of Telecommunications Reform Act.||Voted to include provision regulating obscene material on the Internet as part of Telecommunications Reform Act.|
|Position unknown.||Supports funding, but wants states to have more spending control.||Supports V-Chip, but prefers cultural change.||Position unknown|
|Helped negotiate terms for voluntary TV ratings that became part of Telecommunications Reform Act.||Voted to maintain funding while in Senate from 19851993.||Helped steer V-Chip into Telecommunications Reform Act after talking about the concept in speeches for several years.||Has spoken of the need to protect children from obscene material.|
|Co-sponsored Senate measure to require cigarette-pack-style warnings about intensity and context of violent content.||Opposes funding; says taxpayers should not have to finance obscene work.||Supports V-Chip.||Voted for Communications Decency Act to protect children from "indecent" content online.|
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