“This is a win for kids, librarians, library patrons and tax-payers,” said Jan LaRue, chief counsel at Concerned Women for America, responding to the U.

“This is a win for kids, librarians, library patrons and tax-payers,” said Jan LaRue, chief counsel at Concerned Women for America, responding to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to hold the Children’s Internet Protection Act constitutional. “The Court soundly rejected the inane idea that the First Amendment requires tax-payers to provide access to illegal porn in a library,” said LaRue, who co-authored an amicus brief in the Supreme Court in support of the CIPA.