runningart2004's dream come true!
No. The law states a bath can be taken AT MOST once a year.
But isn't there a law in Kentucky saying you have to take a bath at least once a year?
The problem is that when one state bans an online activity, it can enforce its law against website operators all over the country as long as someone in the restricting state uses the website for the locally illegal purpose.
You are way off wrote:
1) That's Kentucky, not the real world.
2) The U.S. courts have already opined in favor of anonymous posting.
Kentucky is inhabited by the love children of Pat Buchanan and aliens.
not afraid of you wrote:
Give it a rest about us and baths. Borrrrinng. Come up with something more creative.
A lawsuit seeking an injunction may be filed the same day the law is passed, but an injunction will not issue that same day. The government of the state will have a right to a hearing. That hearing will not take place the same day the lawsuit is filed. There will be an "in the meantime."
chuck d wrote:
no. the same day the law is effective, a lawsuit seeking an injunction preventing enforcement of the law will be filed and immediately granted. there will be no "in the meantime." this law, if enacted, will never, ever be enforced against anyone. this isn't internet gambling; this is a clear constitutional issue.
They have the internets in Kentucky???
The guy who proposed this bill is a Republican.
Typical Democratic kneejerk reaction: we need more regulation. Yikes!