A revamped bill that would ban certain sex offenders from social networking websites is going to the Louisiana Senate.

The measure applies mostly to Facebook and Twitter and exempts news websites, e-mail pages and online shopping sites. The ban would apply to anyone convicted of a sex offense against a minor or of video voyeurism.

A federal judge overturned an earlier version of the law, saying it was so broad that it would effectively ban sex offenders from any use of the Internet.

Opelousas Rep. Ledricka Thierry's legislation passed the Louisiana House by a  97 to 1 vote. Governor Bobby Jindal also backs the law.

Ken Romero and Bernadette Lee of "Mornings With Ken & Bernie" recently interviewed Marc Fruge, who testified against the bill a few weeks ago.