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Will a federal court strike down California’s anti-prostitution law?

Prostitution has been illegal in California since 1872.

Back then, the original statute referenced “vagrants,” a word lawmakers at the time said included “every lewd and dissolute person, who lives in and about houses of ill-fame, and every common prostitute.”

Since then, the law has been repealed…

from Latest – San Diego Union Tribune

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