TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Legislative leaders sought to install filters to block inappropriate material from being viewed on state computers two days after a veteran assemblyman's computer was seized for containing child pornography.

The leaders released a statement Friday saying they want "the most aggressive Internet filtering software available on all computers in the Legislature."

The move comes after state investigators seized computers from Assemblyman Neil Cohen on Wednesday. Sen. Raymond Lesniak and Assemblyman Joseph Cryan, who share that office, had alerted authorities about the pornography. Cohen has not been charged.