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#1. Should prostitution be legalized in Las Vegas?
* Yes, Prostitution should be legal in Las Vegas.
The streets would be cleaner and no diseases would be
* Yes, Prostitution should be legalized.
There could be a tax put on this to help with city revenue and have some
control as the Bordellos. It is going to happen anyway, the Police can
concentrate on other matters. Charles
* No, leave it out of the city limits. Donald
& Pam D
* I definitely do not think prostitution should be
legalized in Las Vegas as I feel that the city has enough going for
itself, especially with promoting "family vacationing" and
building sensational casinos/hotels that transport you to a fantasy
foreign land without traveling out of our own country.....let it be legal
and sleazy outside of the city - not in it! I just don't think
parents would be receptive to bringing their children along on vacation
where this will exist right in close proximity to their "family
vacation fun time." It certainly would destroy everything that Las
Vegas has promoted and advertised itself to be.... a great place for
family vacations and entertainment! VegasDoll
* YES, Brian T
* Yes, prostitution should be legal but under
strict guidelines as far as location and standard testing. Tommy S.
* If these were the days before sexually
transmitted diseases like Aids, I would say, yes, legalize prostitution ,
, , what the heck... but with all the dangers of these new bacteria's and
viruses, I have to say no. Even though condoms provide some protection,
it's just too risky. Robert H.
* Yes, I believe prostitution should be legalized
in Las Vegas. Joan F.
* Noooooo. leave it as it is.
* Yes, prostitution should be legalized.
Prostitution is safe as long as it is legal and regulated. Besides, Las
Vegas was built on the premise that is was a city that allowed things that
were illegal in other cities. David T
* No! Las Vegas has become too much a family
destination to allow prostitution
their. Steve H.
* No! The stripe has many distractions, I don't
want parents to have to explain or distract their children when they walk
up on a barely dressed women on the sidewalk. The city did a good job by
removing the pictures of women advertising in the yellow pages. Now the
city needs to continue to work toward promoting the city as a family
friendly city. Robert J.
* No! Les T.