The Mississippi House of Representatives quietly let die two unlikely bills that targeted online porn.
Mississippi bills, House Bill 1116 and HB 1120 , would have relied on neighboring Southern states -- Georgia, Arkansas, Louisiana, Alabama,
Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia and Oklahoma -- to enter into an interstate compact for the purposes of banning online pornography and related marketing campaigns on social media platforms.
The bills would also have established a Southern
states commission on obscenities prohibition and prescribe its powers and duties.
The bills proposed by pastor Tracy Arnold were designed to find an area of moral decency for the Internet.