A growing movement in California aims to legalize prostitution or “sex work.” The state started the process last year by decriminalizing loitering for prostitution with
Earlier this year, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 357, a bill to decriminalize loitering for the purposes of prostitution, and even though the law doesn’t
Sex-Trafficking Survivors, Anti-Trafficking Orgs, and Legislators Urge Veto on Bill Legalizing Streetwalking
Governor Gavin Newsom is getting pressure from sex trafficking survivors, anti-trafficking and family-values organizations, and a bipartisan group of legislators to oppose a bill already
Prostitution Bill Passes but Held in Senate Over Doubts Raised in Passionate Debate on Assembly Floor
Last week, the Assembly and the Senate approved a controversial bill to legalized loitering for the purpose of prostitution, but shockingly the bill’s author didn’t
Anti-Sex Trafficking Groups Call on Legislative Women’s Caucus to Protect Exploited Women from Dangerous Bill
Anti-Sex Trafficking groups are calling on the California Legislative Women’s Caucus to live up to their stated goal of “ensuring the safety of all women,”
California Legislators Push Bill to Make it Easier for Sex Traffickers to Sell Poor Women on the Streets
State legislators continue to push along a bill that will enable sex traffickers to more easily sell women on the streets of California’s poorest neighborhoods.
SACRAMENTO – The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and State Senator Scott Wiener (D- San Francisco) have teamed up on a bill, SB 357, making
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