With as many movies as there are about the government and federal agencies, there should be a tax charged to the entertainment industry for using "real life agencies" such as the CIA or FBI in their films. Any time a movie or TV show is produced, the government should reserve the right to charge the filmmaker or production studio a fee or tax for use of the title being protrayed in the film. This could potentially bring in millions of dollars each year to help reduce the national deficit.
Idea No. 11383