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Federal/State:Federal
Bill:FD SB 1700 - Do Not Track Kids Act of 2013
Summary:Would extend, enhance, and revise the provisions relating to collection, use, and disclosure of personal information of children, to establish certain other protections for personal information of children and minors, and for other purposes.
Sponsor(s):Senator Ed Markey (D - MA)
Status:
As of 11/20/2013: Introduced, read twice, and referred to Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation

Federal/State:Federal
Bill:FD HR 1572 - Stopping Taxpayer Outlays for Propaganda Act
Summary:Would prohibit the use of Federal money for print, radio, television or any other media advertisement, campaign, or form of publicity against the use of a food or beverage that is lawfully marketed under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
Sponsor(s):Representative Aaron Schock (R - IL)
Status:
As of 4/29/2013: Referred to Subcommittee on Communications and Technology
As of 4/23/2013: Introduced, referred to Committee on Energy and Commerce

Federal/State:Federal
Bill:FD HR 2831 - Regarding tax subsidies and advertising to children
Summary:Would amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to deny any deduction for marketing directed at children to promote the consumption of food of poor nutritional quality.
Sponsor(s):Representative Rosa DeLauro (D - CT)
Status:
As of 7/26/2013: Introduced, referred to Committee on Ways and Means

Federal/State:Federal
Bill:FD HR 3481 - Do Not Track Kids Act of 2013
Summary:Would extend, enhance, and revise the provisions relating to collection, use, and disclosure of personal information of children, to establish certain other protections for personal information of children and minors, and for other purposes.
Sponsor(s):Representative Joe Barton (R - TX)
Status:
As of 11/20/2013: Introduced, referred to the Committee on Energy and Commerce