Highlands Ranch dad questions library policy that lets kids check out R-rated DVDs
When Robert Martinich’s 14-year-old son brought home the R-rated movie “Bruno” home from the library this spring, the Highlands Ranch dentist was upset.
Since then, he has been challenging the Douglas County Libraries’ policy of allowing minors to rent R-rated DVDs. Currently, the library system does not restrict what a child can check out unless a parent signs a form authorizing the restrictions. He has attended board meetings and spoken to board members, including director Jamie LaRue, who told Martinich the library follows the American Library Association’s guidelines.
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