Bill Would Prohibit Use of Condoms as Evidence

The Associated Press


Under current law, authorities can confiscate condoms as evidence of prostitution-related offenses. Civil rights groups say the policy undermines public health campaigns.

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  • BorgQueen

    The only problem with this is if a sex worker is raped, the condom could be user to track the perpetrator. This law would prevent that.

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