Advances made in California in the fight against prostitution

On June 2, 2011, California’s state assembly unanimously approved Assembly Bill 90, which was sponsored by Assemblyman Sandre Swanson of Alameda County. This bill adjusts state laws in regards to trafficking minors for sex to the federal standard and takes a stance on trafficking minors for prostitution. In addition to this advancement against prostitution, the California Supreme Court reached a 5-2 decision to uphold the conviction of a Los Angeles man for attempting to recruit an undercover police officer posing as a prostitute to work for him.

To learn more about these two major advances against prostitution in California, click on the link below:


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