Lawmakers, angry at the Supreme Court for striking down parts of an anti-child pornography law, are proposing legislation they hope will pass constitutional muster while banning computer simulations and other fool-the-eye depictions of teen-agers or children having sex.

The government went too far in its first attempt to ban such simulations, the Supreme Court ruled April 16. Many opponents of the ruling claim it will put schoolchildren at greater risk from pedophiles.

"I hope this legislation meets the standard set by the Supreme Court," said Rep.

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