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Though long tolerated in a live-and-let-live state, one lawmaker is preparing to revive an old fight to end the legal brothel industry. Republican state Sen. Joe Hardy says brothels have no place in the state and attract women with few economic options who get stuck in an abusive industry.
Hardy plans legislation that would ban brothels in the only state where they are legal — though even he acknowledges the bill might lack support among colleagues who see the brothels as an economic boon for rural counties. Parreira, a doctoral candidate at the University of Nevada Las Vegas who also conducted academic research at the brothels, says legal brothel work empowers women to leave pimps and abusive relationships and support their families.
While Hof died in October, he was posthumously elected to the state Legislature in November and his political allies formed the Nevada Brothel Association to fight a statewide ban. Chuck Muth with the brothel association noted that residents in Lyon County overwhelmingly rejected a ban on brothels.
A similar ban failed to make it to the ballot in Nye County. Former U. His speech to state lawmakers was met with silence. Helen Kalla, a spokesperson for Gov. Steve Sisolak, said the governor looks forward to reviewing the legislation, as is the case with all other bills.
Democratic Assemblywoman Lesley Cohen has submitted bill draft request that would revise state laws governing legal brothels. State law leaves to rural counties whether to allow brothels and prohibits them in the counties that include Las Vegas and Reno. The brothel industry also faces a legal challenge from a woman who says she was forced into prostitution at a legal brothel. The lawsuit, citing federal law, looks to ban all 21 brothels in the state.