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Bill Targets 'Weapons of Mass Perfection' Advertising

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Critics raise free-speech concerns about a bill seeking to limit Photoshopping and other alterations in ads. Supporters argue that advertising is a special form of media since it exploits anxieties with harmful public health consequences for girls and women.

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