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).

text-proposed-laws-v2

If you would like to read the California Attorney General’s analysis of Proposition 35 you can download it here;

Prop35AnalysisbyAG

And finally if you would like to read the arguments for and against Proposition 35 you can download those here;

Prop35Arguments

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