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Prostitute/John Tax Office? CARSON CITY, Nev., April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Should the world's oldest profession be taxed? Senator Bob Coffin thinks that it should, "We're desperate to find money for essential government services, so I will go anywhere to do that."(1) The BunnyRanch does not agree with this proposition.
A brothel in Berlin says it is trying to lure recession-wary customers by offering a flat rate for prostitutes with unlimited food and drinks. The brothel said $90 can now purchase time with any of the establishment's women plus all the food and drinks a customer can consume, during off-peak times, between 10 a.m.
Responding to allegations that it promotes prostitution, Internet bulletin board Craigslist said on Tuesday that it has seen "spectacular" results in its efforts to reduce "erotic services" listings.
Cook County, Illinois Sheriff Thomas Dart filed a lawsuit against the popular global ad Web site Craigslist on Thursday, calling it "the single largest source of prostitution in the nation."
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Nevada state Sen. Bob Coffin says his state should make brothels legal statewide and tax them to help wipe out a $2 billion budget shortfall. Nevada is the only U.S. state with legalized prostitution, but brothels are only allowed in rural counties and pay county taxes only.
Brothels in Nevada have offered to join the state's tax rolls, but find themselves rebuffed by politicians despite a large state budget gap. George Flint, director of the Nevada Brothel Association, has been lobbying to have the state's 25 legal brothels pay taxes, The New York Times reported Monday. With a tax behind it, the state's not going to view you as a relic ...
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The New Mexico district attorney's office says auto racing great Al Unser Jr.
A study of female sex workers in Cambodia found less experienced prostitutes more likely to have sexually transmitted infections, researchers said.