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First: Someone told me Nashville was getting vehement about male escorts and doing lots of busts, but I can't find anything current on the news confirming this. Is it true or not that Nashville has become too risky to place an ad?

 

Second: A client recently asked me about changes to laws in North Carolina and whether or not these laws were burdensome to me. Again, I can't find anything related to what he's talking about. Does anyone know anything about North Carolina that I should be aware of?

 

Last: I brought up the changes to trafficking laws in California a while back, and was generally poo-pooed into letting it go. Now I'm hearing there are actually problems coming up because of these adjusted codes/laws casting wide nets/webs. What is the deal - is there a problem with seeing clients in California or not?

 

I'm not asking for opinions. I'm asking for links to stories or resources that answer these questions in a factual, practical manner. Thanks!

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First: Someone told me Nashville was getting vehement about male escorts and doing lots of busts, but I can't find anything current on the news confirming this. Is it true or not that Nashville has become too risky to place an ad?

 

Second: A client recently asked me about changes to laws in North Carolina and whether or not these laws were burdensome to me. Again, I can't find anything related to what he's talking about. Does anyone know anything about North Carolina that I should be aware of?

 

Last: I brought up the changes to trafficking laws in California a while back, and was generally poo-pooed into letting it go. Now I'm hearing there are actually problems coming up because of these adjusted codes/laws casting wide nets/webs. What is the deal - is there a problem with seeing clients in California or not?

 

I'm not asking for opinions. I'm asking for links to stories or resources that answer these questions in a factual, practical manner. Thanks!

 

ElliottPierce started a thread on the new law - it now resides in the Politics Forum. His initial post references the new law and his interpretation but the rest of of the thread probably isn't worth reading if you're interested in facts vs opinions, etc.

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...Last: I brought up the changes to trafficking laws in California a while back, and was generally poo-pooed into letting it go. Now I'm hearing there are actually problems coming up because of these adjusted codes/laws casting wide nets/webs. What is the deal - is there a problem with seeing clients in California or not?

 

I'm not asking for opinions. I'm asking for links to stories or resources that answer these questions in a factual, practical manner. Thanks!

 

There was a handful of articles describing what could happen and what people were afraid would happen, but nothing addressed how the law would actually be enforced. Here is a link to an article on Proposition 35:

 

http://oaklandnorth.net/2012/11/19/california-voted-yes-on-prop-35-experts-police-and-sex-workers-disagree-on-impact/

 

And the California Secretary of State's Voter Guide on Proposition 35, including a link to the proposition itself:

 

http://voterguide.sos.ca.gov/propositions/35/

 

I read the LA Times and the San Diego Union-Tribune daily and so far have not seen any articles concerning a wide net being cast by Prop. 35.

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