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Texas Appeals Court Rejects Constitutional Challenge to Prostitution Law

Posted on: June 16th, 2011 by Art Leonard 1 Comment

In Jackson v. State of Texas, 2011 WL 2320819 (Tex.App.-Dallas, June 14, 2011), the court of appeals rejected the argument that the U.S. Supreme Court

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  1. Smith says:

    Not much difference between handing over cash or spending 4 or 5 hours, at whatever a person’s time is worth, and furnishing a fine meal and drinks and entertainment in exchange for sex. It is a thin line. If it involved an American industry seeking business or a politician seeking power, it would be viewed as the same.

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