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Reader Poll Starting August 25, 2003

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This week’s opinion poll asks . . . Once again the age-old question is buzzing around Las Vegas/Nevada law makers, should Las Vegas, (Clark County) legalize prostitution? Prostitution is illegal in Clark County at this time, however, it is legal 40 miles away in the next county. Should prostitution be legalized in Las Vegas or not? Why or Why not?

 

Reader Poll Replies: 

*   I feel prostitution should be legalized, that way it could be more controlled.  It is a fact of life that it is going to happen, so why not let it happen in sin city.  Gloria  A    CA.

*  Getting the street walkers off the streets and into an environment that has rules and regulations is smart. I do not condone this action but it a way of life for many so why not make it as safe as possible.  Erin  TX

*  No it should not be legal.  Las Vegas should remain a city for the family and that would put it over the top.  Walt  D.

Make it legal-collect some taxes.  pschub 

I do not believe prostitution should be legal in Clark County. I don't think it should be legal anywhere. Even with physicals, there is no guaranteed disease will not be spread. At least when men go to an illegal prostitute, they do it at their own risk.  M. Mantel

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