Once the consumer has purchased his or her theater pass, he or she has also acquired the right to view the motion picture free of additional advertising.
Huh? I must have missed that section of the US Constitution. How do rights enter into this?
The introduction goes on to threaten penalties of $1,000.00 for each advertisement which does not contain the actual time at which the movie itself begins. Even if the advertisement did not plan to include any showing times. How about letting people vote with their feet, instead of imposing fines on theatre owners who will simply view it as another cost of doing business? All the fine will accomplish is to raise the price of crappy movies from $11 to $15. Thanks for the protection council members!