Anti-Prostitution Bill Passes House Judiciary Committee

If I heard the roll properly on Capitol TV, Segal, Ajello and Driver were the only votes against.

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Dan
Dan
11 years ago

What schadenfreude the authoritarian moralists must be feeling right now at the expense of these women and their male customers. This compulsive need to terrorize and rule over the lives of peaceful individuals is surely the darkest side of humanity.

Dan
Dan
11 years ago

“The dissenting votes were cast by Representatives Rodney D. Driver, D-Richmond; David A. Segal, D-Providence; and Edith H. Ajello, D-Providence.” – Providence Journal
Heroes for individual liberty, all of them.

Patrick
Patrick
11 years ago

I have a feeling that Driver objected for reasons different from Segal and Ajello, though I don’t know for sure. I have a feeling that Driver doesn’t think it should be criminalized at all while Segal and Ajello think the bill doesn’t go far enough.

Mark
Mark
11 years ago

Huh? I don’t get it. Segal and Ajello want more women arrested, you’re saying? If so, I think you’ve got a severe misreading of the left.

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