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by Bethany Rodgers, The Salt Lake Tribune

A Utah lawmaker is pushing for a requirement that all pornography circulated in the state must bear a label warning of the risks of exposure to minors.

The prewritten label that Rep. Brady Brammer, R-Highland, has in mind would state that pornography can impair a minor’s “brain development, emotional development, and the ability to maintain intimate relationships.”

Exposure to the material might also lead to “harmful and addictive sexual behavior, low self-esteem, and the improper objectification of and sexual violence towards others, among other numerous harms,” Brammer’s label would conclude.

Brammer says he was inspired by California’s Proposition 65, a law that requires businesses to label products containing chemicals that can cause cancer or birth defects.

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