Rep. Walter Jones has introduced language to curb federal employees' apparent use of pornography on government equipment.

The North Carolina Republican wants to "block feds from surfing porn on taxpayer dime," according to a news release.

In a letter to House Appropriations Chair Hal Rogers, R-Ky., Jones called for formal language "to be included in all future appropriations bills ensuring that computer networks in federal agencies block the viewing, downloading, and exchanging of pornography."

Such language already applies to funding for many government divisions, like the State Department, but is not uniformly applied, according to Jones.

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