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U.S. to Release Porno Data

April 10, 1986|Associated Press

WASHINGTON — The American Civil Liberties Union said today that the Justice Department has agreed to release to the public all drafts and working papers of the Attorney General's Commission on Pornography.

The ACLU's legislative counsel, Barry Lynn, said the department has signed an agreement to settle a week-old suit filed by the civil liberties group. The suit was filed after the commission's executive director, Alan Sears, had said documents would no longer be released to the public. The ACLU, five days earlier, had filed a report critical of the commission.

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