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Booksellers Oppose New Indiana Law

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In March, Indiana passed a law that will require businesses that sell sexually explicit books, magazines, DVDs and other items to register with the secretary of state and pay a fee. The measure, which is scheduled to go into effect on July 1, is targeted at so-called “adult bookstores.” But a group of regular booksellers fear they might be roped into registration as well. This week, they filed suit against the state to bar implementation of the law. Susan Danner is the owner of Danner's Books in Muncie, Indiana, which has signed onto the suit.

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