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    A Utah bill has declared pornography to be a "public health crisis" that is meant to make pornography companies liable for any criminal activity involved in the creation, sale, or distribution of their products. The law is meant to protect "victims" of pornography, including children.

    Pornography Victims in Utah May Soon Be Able to Sue for Damages.

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    Utah Set to Declare Pornography a ‘Public Health Crisis’
    Utah Lawmakers Look to Classify Pornography as ‘Public Health Crisis’
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