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While the porn industry was busy hanging crepe Wednesday morning over the prospects of Measure B, its chief politician Diane Duke was off making statements to news agency Reuters.
Duke, who has displayed an appalling lack of sense, throughout this Measure B campaign displayed some more of it when she told Reuters that she sent a letter Wednesday to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors asking they delay enforcement of the new law.
There is no new law [as yet], and we’ll just have to quote attorney Michael Fattorosi who has said the following: “In order for this law to take effect in Los Angeles, Glendale, Malibu or any of the 85 independent towns and cities in Los Angeles County each one of those cities will have to independently debate, vote on and then pass or adopt Ballot Measure B as the law in their town.
“How long that will take is anyone’s guess at this point in time, and it isn’t even certain that all 85 independent towns and cities will choose to adopt the measure.
“But while there still is a lot of uncertainty as to Ballot Measure B, what is certain is that this fight has only begun. I do not anticipate that the industry will just accept Ballot Measure B and move on; I see opposition to B moving toward a city-by-city fight and/or a legal challenge.”