Constitutional Prostitution

Weissmueller, Zach
November 2015
Reason;Nov2015, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p52
The article discusses on viability of Constitutional laws against prostitution in U.S. This focuses on a California's lawsuit filed by Erotic Service Provider Legal, Education & Research Project (ESPLER) wants to protect the right of sex workers taking the help of constitutional right to sexual privacy; the attorney general's office files a motion to dismiss the case on the ground of protecting human trafficking & AIDS infection in sex workers. People want to get change in government policy.


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