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Commercial Sale of Sex

There is no constitutional right to the commercial sale of sex, an appeals court in Illinois ruled. A woman convicted of prostitution classified her right to engage in such activity as a fundamental right to privacy.

DU PAGE COUNTY, Ill. – There is no constitutional right to the commercial sale of sex, an appeals court in Illinois ruled. A woman convicted of prostitution classified her right to engage in such activity as a fundamental right to privacy.

Categories / Appeals, Civil Rights, Criminal, Entertainment

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