LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Indiana Governor Mike Pence is drawing criticism for his Facebook policies -- again.
The governor was already in trouble for comments about gay marriage that had been removed from the site.
Now a new policy prohibits obscenity, nudity, and other objectionable content.
It also encourages people to be civil and says political views and philosophies should go elsewhere.
That last part is being criticized, with complaints that Pence is trying to censor people.
Pence apologized after the earlier controversy and promised to create a new social media policy.
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