Exposing kids to porn may be considered in custody battles by Lee Davidson

Lee Davidson discusses how the Utah senate recently passed a bill that will improve the safety and well being of children in custody disputes. This excerpt was retrieved from http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/politics/57647674-90/advances-allow-bill-child.html.csp

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Judges soon may be able to consider intentional exposure of children to pornography by a parent in child custody and parental-rights disputes.

The Senate voted 29-0 to pass SB227 on Friday, and sent it to the House.

In committee, one parent testified that her ex-husband was sending such material to her teenage son through social media, but the law did not clearly allow a judge to consider that in custody disputes.

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Lee Davidson writes for The Salt Lake Tribune and focuses mainly on issues such as politics, transportation, immigration and Census.