The Internet offers a free tool for parents to evaluate the quality of movies and videos. The service, called Screen It, rates movies against 15 criteria, which include sex, violence, profanity, alcohol/drugs, blood/gore, bad attitude, frightening scenes, guns/weapons, imitative behavior, jump scenes, scary music, and tense family scenes. The service gives a short description of the movie, assesses its appeal to children, and gives "topics to talk about." Screen It is located at http://www.screenit.com.
Partial Vote Count for H.R. 1385, the Employment, Training, and Literacy Enhancement Act of 1997 (See Workforce Bill Wins Quick Passage)|
|House Members Voting No (60)|
|House Members Not Voting (30)|
|The other 343 members voted Yes.|