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 .
 Donald
L.

 This
event
hosted
by
Citizens
for
Decency.
and
Rexburg
(Rexburg
Tabernacle)
at
4
p.CitizensforDecency.
Dr.

 The
event
will
start
in
Pocatello
(Goranson
Hall)
at
8
a.
Idaho
 Falls
and
Rexburg.
Idaho
Falls
(Taylorview
Junior
 High)
at
12:30
p.
Hilton.

 Named
to
Best
Doctors
in
America.

 For
more
information
please
visit
www.
Hilton
and
his
wife
serve
as
volunteer
counselors
for
individuals
and
spouses
of
those
who
 struggle
with
pornography
and
sexual
addiction.
Dr.org.
a
14‐year
veteran
neurosurgeon.
a
local
nonprofit
organization.
Hilton
will
focus
on
the
harmful
effects
of
 pornography
and
offer
help
for
those
wishing
to
free
themselves
and
their
loved
ones
from
 pornography’s
web.CitizensforDecency.For
Immediate
Release:

 
 VISUAL
ADDICTION:
The
Effects
of
Pornography
in
the
Brain
 Local
coalition
fights
to
help
those
with
addiction
 
 REXBURG.
POCATELLO..
Visual
Addiction:
Pornography
and
the
Brain.org.

 Citizens
for
Decency
is
a
non‐profit
organization
aimed
at
educating
communities
and
 families
of
the
harmful
effects
of
pornography
and
offering
support
for
those
who
wish
to
get
out
of
 its
wrenching
grasp.


Tickets
for
the
event
can
be
found
 at
any
southeast
Idaho
Deseret
Books
or
online
at
www.
presents
Dr.
Hilton’s
address
is
also
geared
at
helping
parents
learn
how
to
protect
their
 family
against
the
harmful
effects
of
pornography
and
help
loved
ones
who
have
already
fallen
into
 the
trap.org
or
contact
Craig
Cobia.
IDAHO
FALLS—A
three‐city
event
to
help
rid
our
family
 communities
of
the
pornography
plague
is
planned
for
the
14th
of
November
in
Pocatello.m.m.
Begun
at
the
pleas
of
a
woman
whose
husband
took
his
life
as
a
result
of
his
 sexual
addiction.
Citizens
for
Decency
is
one
of
the
only
decency
groups
equipped
to
take
immediate
 action
in
advocating
public
policy
change
and
increasing
awareness
in
Southeast
Idaho.
 organization
President.
as
the
keynote
speaking
about
this
year’s
 conference
theme.
at
208‐656‐0100
or
President@CDEF.


Keynote
Speaker
on
Visual
Addiction:



 the
effects
of
pornography
on
the
brain.
Rob
Tietjen. Citizen’s
for
Decency
Anti‐Pornography
Conference
Itinerary
 Citizen’s
for
Decency
Anti­Pornography
Conference
Itinerary
 November
14.
Pocatello
Mayor
Chase
 
 12:40­12:45

 8:15
­
8:20
 
 Comments.

 
 effects
of
pornography
on
the
brain.
Executive
Director
Citizens
for
Decency
 
 
 4:30­4:35

 
 Thank
you
for
coming
(TBD)

 
 
 .
Jana
Hilton
 
 1:00­2:00

 8:35­9:30

 
 Dr.
Donald
Hilton.
State
Senator
Dean
Mortimer
 Comments.
2009

 12:30­12:35

 8:00
­
8:05
 

 Welcome.
Interfaith
Leader
(TBD)

 Comments
8:07‐8:15
Welcome.
Keynote
Speaker
on
Visual
Addiction:
the
 Dr.
High
School
Auditorium
 November
14.
Chantal
Cobia
 Award
Presentation.
VP
Citizens
for
Decency
 Decency
 
 2:32­2:45

 
 10:15­10:30

 Break
 Break
 
 2:45­3:10

 
 10:30­11:00

 Speaker
1
(Claigh
Jensen:
LDS
Family
Services)

 David
Covey
 
 3:10­3:15
 
 11:00­11:30

 Clergy
comments

 Jared
Neal

 
 3:15­3:45

 
 11:30­11:50

 Speaker
2
(David
Covey:
LifeSTAR
Network)

 Q
&
A
Panel
11:50‐12
Thank
you
for
coming:
Chubbuck
 Mayor
England

 
 3:45­3:50

 
 Clergy
comments
 
 
 3:50­4:15

 
 Speaker
3
(TBD)

 
 
 4:15­4:30

 
 Sarin
Ullrich.
President
Citizens
for
Decency
 
 12:35­12:40

 8:05
­
8:07
 
 Welcome.
Rob
Tietjen

 
 12:45­12:47

 8:20­8:25

 
 Award
Presentation.
Craig
Cobia.
2009

 Goranson
Hall
in
Pocatello.
President
Citizens
for
Decency
 Welcome.
Jana
Hilton
 Introduction.
Executive
Director
Citizens
for
 2:30­2:32

 
 Comments.
Sarin
Ullrich.
Chantal
Cobia
 
 12:47­1:00

 8:25­8:35

 
 Introduction.
Craig
Cobia.
Idaho
 Taylorview
Jr.
 9:30­10:00


 Q
&
A
 
 2:00­2:30

 
 Q
&
A
 10:00­10:15

 Comments.
Donald
Hilton.


Executive
Director
Citizens
for
Decency
 3:15­3:45

 
 Speaker
2
(David
Covey:
LifeSTAR
Network)

 4:15­4:20

 
 Thank
you
for
coming
(TBD)

 3:45­3:50

 
 Clergy
comments
 
 3:50­4:15

 
 Speaker
3
(TBD)

 
 
 4:15­4:30

 
 Sarin
Ullrich.
Donald
Hilton.
2009

 Taylorview
Jr.
2009
 
 12:30­12:35

 Welcome.
TBA 12:35­12:40

 Welcome.
Jana
Hilton
 12:47­1:00

 Introduction.
Craig
Cobia.
Craig
Cobia. Citizen’s
for
Decency
Anti‐Pornography
Conference
Itinerary
 Citizen’s
for
Decency
Anti­Pornography
Conference
Itinerary
 November
14.
Donald
Hilton.
State
Senator
Dean
Mortimer
 12:45­12:47

 Award
Presentation.
Jana
Hilton
 1:00­2:00

 Dr.
VP
Citizens
for
Decency
 2:45­3:00

 
 Break
 2:32­2:45

 
 Break
 3:00­3:30

 
 Claigh
Jensen:
LDS
Family
Services

 2:45­3:10

 
 Speaker
1
(Claigh
Jensen:
LDS
Family
Services)

 3:30­4:00

 
 David
Covey:
LifeSTAR
Network
 3:10­3:15
 
 Clergy
comments

 4:00­4:15

 
 Sarin
Ullrich.
High
School
Auditorium
in
Idaho
Falls.
Executive
Director
Citizens
for
Decency
 
 
 4:30­4:35

 
 Thank
you
for
coming
(TBD)

 
 
 .
Rob
Tietjen.
 effects
of
pornography
on
the
brain.
President
Citizens
for
Decency
 12:35­12:40

 Invocation.
Chantal
Cobia
 12:45­12:47

 Award
Presentation.
Chantal
Cobia
 12:47­1:00


 Introduction.
Interfaith
Leader
(TBD)

 12:40­12:45

 Comments.
Keynote
Speaker
on
Visual
Addiction:
 1:00­2:00

 Dr.
Rob
Tietjen.
Keynote
Speaker
on
Visual
Addiction:
the
 the
effects
of
pornography
on
the
brain.
State
Senator
Dean
Mortimer
 12:40­12:45

 Comments.
Idaho
 Taylorview
Jr.
VP
Citizens
for
Decency
 2:30­2:32

 
 Comments.
 2:00­2:30

 
 Q
&
A
 2:00­2:30

 
 Q
&
A
 2:30­2:45

 
 Comments.
President
Citizens
for
Decency
 12:30­12:35

 Welcome.
High
School
Auditorium
 November
14.


Craig
Cobia.
State
Senator
Dean
Mortimer
 Welcome.
Keynote
Speaker
on
Visual
 Addiction:
the
effects
of
pornography
on
the
brain
 effects
of
pornography
on
the
brain.
VP
Citizens
for
Decency

 Speaker
2
(David
Covey:
LifeSTAR
Network)

 
 3:45­3:50

 
 Clergy
comments
 3:50­4:15

 
 Speaker
3
(TBD)

 4:15­4:30

 
 Sarin
Ullrich.
Donald
Hilton.
Craig
Cobia.
2009

 Rexburg
Tabernacle
in
Rexburg.
State
Senator
Brent
Hill
 
 12:45­12:47

 Award
Presentation.
2009
 
 4:00­4:05

 
 12:30­12:35

Welcome.
Jana
Hilton
 4:30­4:45

 
 Introduction.
VP
Citizens
for
Decency
 6:30­6:45

 
 Break
 
 2:32­2:45

 
 Break
 6:45­7:15

 
 Claigh
Jensen:
LDS
Family
Services
 
 2:45­3:10

 
 Speaker
1
(Claigh
Jensen:
LDS
Family
Services)

 7:15­8:15

 
 David
Covey:
LifeSTAR
Network

 3:10­3:15
 
 Clergy
comments

 
 8:15­8:30

 
 3:15­3:45

 
 Rob
Tietjen.
Executive
Director
Citizens
for
Decency
 4:30­4:35

 
 Thank
you
for
coming
(TBD)

 .
Interfaith
Leader
(TBD)

 Welcome
Comments.
President
Citizens
for
Decency
 
 12:35­12:40

 4:05­4:10

 
 Welcome.
Chantal
Cobia
 
 12:47­1:00

 Introduction.
Donald
Hilton.
 5:45­6:15
 
 
Q
&
A
 
 2:00­2:30

 
 Q
&
A
 6:15­6:30

 
 Sarin
Ullrich.
President
Citizens
for
Decency
 Welcome.
Executive
Director
Citizens
for
Decency

 
 2:30­2:32

 
 Comments.
High
School
Auditorium
 November
14.
Jana
Hilton
 
 1:00­2:00

 Dr.
Rob
Tietjen. Citizen’s
for
Decency
Anti‐Pornography
Conference
Itinerary
 Citizen’s
for
Decency
Anti­Pornography
Conference
Itinerary
 November
14.
Idaho Taylorview
Jr.
TBD
 
 12:40­12:45

 4:15­4:25

 
 Comments.
Chantal
Cobia
 4:25­4:30

 
 Award
Presentation.
Keynote
Speaker
on
Visual
Addiction:
the
 4:45­5:45

 
 Dr.

.


 4:30­4:35

 
 Thank
you
for
coming
(TBD)

 .
 The
Internet
was
a
significant
factor
in
2
out
of
3
divorces

(American
Academy
of
 2:00­2:30

 
 Q
&
A
 Matrimonial
Lawyers
in
2003
‐
divorcewizards.
3.
President
Citizens
for
Decency
 
(N2H2/Secure
Computing
Corp)
 
 12:35­12:40

 
 
 
 Welcome.
there
were
260
million
pages
of
porn
online.com).org/pornstats/stats.
2003).
an
increase
of
1800%
 since
1998.
 
 2:30­2:32

 
 Comments.

 3:50­4:15

 
 Speaker
3
(TBD)

 
 4:15­4:30

 
 Sarin
Ullrich.
 
 
 
 Citizen’s
for
Decency
Anti‐Pornography
Conference
Itinerary
 PORNOGRAPHY
FACTS
AND
STATISTICS
 
 November
14.
State
Senator
Dean
Mortimer
 More
than
70%
of
men
from
18
to
34
visit
a
pornographic
site
in
a
typical
month
 12:45­12:47

 Award
Presentation.
 12:30­12:35

 Welcome.
2009

 Taylorview
Jr.asp
to
views
these
statistics
 and
more.
Donald
Hilton.
 
 effects
of
pornography
on
the
brain.
Chantal
Cobia
 
(comScore
Media
Metrix)
 
 12:47­1:00

 Introduction.
 2:32­2:45

 
 Break
 
(Kaiser
Family
Foundation
2001
poll)
 
 2:45­3:10

 
 Speaker
1
(Claigh
Jensen:
LDS
Family
Services)

 Average
age
of
first
Internet
exposure
to
pornography:
11
years
old
(internet‐filter‐ review.
 3:45­3:50

 
 Clergy
comments
 
 Adult
industry
says
traffic
is
20‐30%
children

(NRC
Report
2002.
High
School
Auditorium
 As
of
July
2003.com).
Jana
Hilton
 47%
percent
of
families
said
pornography
is
a
problem
in
their
home
(Focus
on
the
 1:00­2:00

 Dr.
 3:10­3:15
 
 Clergy
comments

 
 3:15­3:45

 
 Speaker
2
(David
Covey:
LifeSTAR
Network)

 Largest
consumer
of
Internet
pornography:
12
‐
17
year‐old
age
group

(internet‐ filter‐review.
Craig
Cobia.
Rob
Tietjen.
VP
Citizens
for
Decency
 70%
of
15‐17
year
olds
indicated
they
accidentally
viewed
pornography
on
line.com).lightedcandle.
Executive
Director
Citizens
for
Decency
 *
Please
visit
http://www.3
billion
pages
indexed
by
Google.3).
Porn
amounts
to
about
7%
of
the
3.
Keynote
Speaker
on
Visual
Addiction:
the
 Family
Poll.
October
1.
Interfaith
Leader
(TBD)

 Unique
users
visiting
adult
web
sites
monthly:
45
million+
(Neilsen
Net
Ratings)
 
 12:40­12:45

 
 
 Comments.


and
advocate
on
pornography
 issues.
eventually
getting
married
and
having
kids.
Citizens
for
Decency
CEO
has
propelled
the
change
by
taking
 internet
filtering
legislation
Utah
has
passed.
the
addiction
was
so
 strong
it
led
him
to
have
violent
thoughts
and
ended
up
taking
his
life.

Since
that
time.
 
 The
goal
of
the
organization
is
to
promote
decency
by
taking
a
stand
against
pornography.
the
objectives
are
to
educate.
 What
we
have
done
 
 One
of
the
most
important
purposes
of
Citizens
for
Decency
is
to
advocate
for
public
policy
 change
against
pornography.
But
before
starting
the
 organization.
reading
materials.
and
contact
 information
for
local
counseling
services.
He
tried
to
lead
 a
normal
life.
A
single
mother
from
Idaho.
Her
husband
was
introduced
to
 pornography
at
a
young
age.
It's
goal
is
to
also
provide
resources
to
those
who
have
 been
affected
by
pornography.

 
 This
started
Citizens
for
Decency
as
a
result
of
her
plea.
networking
with
other
 decency
supporters
to
evaluate
the
needs
in
Idaho.
and
individuals
of
all
ages.

 
 He
then
began
to
garner
community
and
national
support
to
create
a
group
that
could
 effectively
create
and
accomplish
goals
that
would
help
in
fighting
against
the
ravages
of
 pornography.How
We
Began
 Citizens
for
Decency
was
created
as
a
result
of
an
individual's
personal
experience
with
the
 harmful
effects
of
pornography.
addicts.
 seminars.
such
as
an
extensive
website.
It
became
clear
that
there
were
few.
However.
and
many
lives
have
already
 been
changed
and
protected
for
the
better.


 • Provide
resources
for
parents.
The
organization
was
created
to
provide
education
and
protection
to
individuals
 who
have
never
experienced
the
harmful
effects
of
pornography
through
conferences.
 More
specifically.


 • Create
replicable
model
for
pro‐decency
nonprofits.
much
has
been
accomplished.
and
could
never
fully
overcome
his
addiction.

 
 Our
Mission
 Empowering
others
to
take
a
stand
against
pornography

 
 Goals
and
Objectives
 
 • Advocate
for
public
policy
changes
on
pornography
issues.
our
CEO
took
several
trips
to
Washington
D.
and
working
with
Idaho
legislators
to
pass
the
 .
decency
groups
equipped
to
take
immediate
action
in
advocating
policy
change
and
 increasing
awareness
in
Southeast
Idaho..
approached
our
CEO
with
a
 plea
to
start
an
anti‐pornography
organization.


 • Educate
families
&
individuals
of
all
ages
on
harmful
effects
of
pornography.
and
advertising
methods.C.
protect.
if
 any.


CEO's.
and
individuals
of
all
ages.

 
 Citizens
for
Decency
has
also
received
feedback
that
as
a
result
of
the
conference.

 
 As
a
result
of
the
conference
our
CEO
has
received
reports
that
two
individuals
admitted
 themselves
to
counseling
services
for
help
with
pornography
addictions.

 
 Another
activity
to
increase
awareness
and
educate
teenagers.
 
 The
goal
of
the
organization
is
to
promote
decency
by
taking
a
stand
against
pornography.
protect.
 What
we
have
done
 
 One
of
the
most
important
purposes
of
Citizens
for
Decency
is
to
advocate
for
public
policy
 change
against
pornography.
and
contact
 information
for
local
counseling
services.
 seminars.
One
story
relayed
back
to
 the
organization
indicated
that
teenagers
were
telling
others
asking
about
the
wristbands
 that
they
were
wearing
them
to
take
a
stand
against
pornography.
and
working
with
Idaho
legislators
to
pass
the
 same
bill.
addicts.
It's
goal
is
to
also
provide
resources
to
those
who
have
 been
affected
by
pornography.
Students
were
given
white
 wristbands
to
wear.
reading
materials.
where
550
attendees
 learned
from
experienced
counselors.
 More
specifically.
college
 students
and
others
have
since
stood
up
against
inappropriate
pornographic
material
in
 stores.
indicating
Citizens
for
Decency
is
 fulfilling
its
purpose.


 • Provide
resources
for
parents.


 • Educate
families
&
individuals
of
all
ages
on
harmful
effects
of
pornography.
such
as
an
extensive
website. • Advocate
for
public
policy
changes
on
pornography
issues.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 .
The
conference
has
even
affected
teenage
boys
to
the
extent
of
counseling
their
 teenage
girl
friends
dress
more
modestly.
the
objectives
are
to
educate.


 • Create
replicable
model
for
pro‐decency
nonprofits.
Citizens
for
Decency
CEO
has
propelled
the
change
by
taking
 internet
filtering
legislation
Utah
has
passed.
and
attorneys
about
pornography's
harmful
 effects.
The
organization
was
created
to
provide
education
and
protection
to
individuals
 who
have
never
experienced
the
harmful
effects
of
pornography
through
conferences.
Citizens
for
Decency
 initiated
"anti‐pornography
month"
at
local
high
schools.

 
 Citizens
for
Decency
has
already
started
educating
&
increasing
awareness
of
individuals
of
 all
ages
by
hosting
the
2009
Rexburg
anti‐pornography
conference.
These
two
people
 who
will
now
receive
help
as
a
result
of
the
conference.
Citizens
for
Decency
plans
on
making
a
permanent
difference
by
gathering
five
 pro‐decency
grass‐roots
supporters
in
each
voting
district
to
unite
and
stand
against
 pornography
legislation.
and
advocate
on
pornography
 issues.
signifying
their
stance
against
pornography.
and
advertising
methods.