Answered By: Celita Ávila Last Updated: Nov 18, 2015 Views: 34
Hello! I found one article "Movie houses' latest attraction: No children" from USA Today in our General OneFile database. I found more in the Access World News newspaper database. I emailed them to you.
You might consider branching out to what some call the "no kids allowed" movement or "brat ban." Good key phrases to use when searching. For instance, some restaurants are banning children entirely or those under a certain age after a certain time of day.
Here are some free online news articles/blog posts for ideas, keywords, etc:
- CNN - No kidding! Children not welcome to dine here
- Washington Post - No kids allowed, and that’s okay (click on links within story to find more)
- Today - Restaurant bans kids under 18, saying parents need a 'break'
Seems the movement includes "no kids allowed" apartments, vacations, hotels, how to tactfully say no kids allowed on wedding invites, you name it.
The database has more on restaurant bans. You could probably use some of their reasoning for your proposed movie theater law.