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A campaign to end legal sex work in Nevada has spiralled into a war of words between a state assembly member and his challenger — a prominent local brothel owner. Religious groups and anti-sex trafficking activists are campaigning to reverse ordinances that allow for legal prostitution and brothels within two Nevada counties.
Sex work has been legal in certain counties for decades, and has become a backbone of the tourism industry for many. But activists say this has all been at the expense of women. He claims that anti-prostitution activists colluded with his opponent and launched their campaign in an effort to distract him from the race.
The actual Nevada sex workers, meanwhile, have expressed concern that the brothels could be shut down. I'm not saying brothels are perfect, but this is a licensed business that puts safety first. The anti-prostitution campaigners have until 15 June to collect enough signatures to get a brothel ban on the Nye County ballot in November. They need 1, signatures to qualify, and Ms Mull said they were nearly there.
The idea is to start a domino effect, so that similar reforms spring up in other countries, and eventually across the state.
But previous efforts to outlaw prostitution in Nevada — such as a similar, proposed referendum in Churchill County in — have failed to pass. Mr Hof, for one, thinks this effort will be unsuccessful as well. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?