Over the past several months I have been posting information on Proposition 35, a state wide ballot initiative to increase the penalties on human trafficking. I personally have spoken with the Los Angeles Time Editorial Board as to why they should take a position against Prop 35 ( Please see: http://adultbizlaw.com/prop-35-our-meeting-with-the-los-angeles-timess-editorial-board/ ). As of this date, the Sacramento Bee and the Fresno Bee have come out against Prop 35 ( Please see: http://adultbizlaw.com/sacramento-bee-fresno-bee-both-say-no-on-prop-35/ ).
If you would like to know more about how Prop 35 will affect independent escorts in California please also see http://adultbizlaw.com/californias-prop-35-what-it-means-to-escorts/.
Here is the actual language on the ballot;
If you would like to read the actual text of the law as it is proposed you can download it here; (Please note: This is for all of the Propositions that are on the ballot on November 6th. To read just Proposition 35 please go to page 21 of the PDF).
If you would like to read the California Attorney General’s analysis of Proposition 35 you can download it here;
And finally if you would like to read the arguments for and against Proposition 35 you can download those here;