Measure B

Assembly Bill 1576
Measure B, also known as the County of Los Angeles Safer Sex In the Adult Film Industry Act, is the law that requires the use of condoms in all vaginal and anal sex scenes in pornography productions filmed in Los Angeles County, California.wikipedia
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Aurora Snow

Supporters included porn performer Aurora Snow, Jenna Jameson, Pink Cross Foundation, and Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
Despite not using condoms during most of her scenes, she came out as one of the few performers in favor of the 2012 Measure B vote in Los Angeles, mandating the use of condoms for all pornographic movie scenes.

James Deen

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Opponents include porn performers Kayden Kross, Ava Addams, Ron Jeremy, Tera Patrick, Tanya Tate, Priya Anjali Rai, Jessica Drake, Steven St. Croix, Danny Wylde, and James Deen.
In September 2012, Deen was a participant in a press conference, along with others opposing Los Angeles County Measure B, an initiative which would require condom usage in the pornographic film industry.

AIDS Healthcare Foundation

Supporters included porn performer Aurora Snow, Jenna Jameson, Pink Cross Foundation, and Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
Later the same year, the organization spent US$1,654,681 funding the successful campaign to pass Measure B, a ballot initiative that expanded the condom requirement countywide.

Steven St. Croix

Opponents include porn performers Kayden Kross, Ava Addams, Ron Jeremy, Tera Patrick, Tanya Tate, Priya Anjali Rai, Jessica Drake, Steven St. Croix, Danny Wylde, and James Deen. In November 2012, Vivid Entertainment CEO Steven Hirsch and pornographic actors Dahlia Sky, Penny Pax, Veruca James, Steven St. Croix and Michael Vegas appeared in a video titled "Thank You From the Porn Industry" for Funny or Die.
St. Croix has spoken out against Measure B, a law that requires the use of condoms in all vaginal and anal scenes filmed in Los Angeles County.

Danny Wylde

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Opponents include porn performers Kayden Kross, Ava Addams, Ron Jeremy, Tera Patrick, Tanya Tate, Priya Anjali Rai, Jessica Drake, Steven St. Croix, Danny Wylde, and James Deen.
More recently, Wylde has been active in opposing Measure B, which requires all porn stars to wear condoms during vaginal and anal sex scenes filmed in Los Angeles County.

Priya Anjali Rai

Priya Rai
Opponents include porn performers Kayden Kross, Ava Addams, Ron Jeremy, Tera Patrick, Tanya Tate, Priya Anjali Rai, Jessica Drake, Steven St. Croix, Danny Wylde, and James Deen.
She has expressed her opposition towards Measure B, a law requiring pornographic actors to wear condoms during all sex scenes filmed in Los Angeles, California.

Tasha Reign

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In her first column for the OC Weekly, performer Tasha Reign reiterated Hartley and Stoya's comments regarding the impracticality of imposing condoms on the industry.
The first article was a commentary on Los Angeles County's Measure B.

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Measure B, also known as the County of Los Angeles Safer Sex In the Adult Film Industry Act, is the law that requires the use of condoms in all vaginal and anal sex scenes in pornography productions filmed in Los Angeles County, California.
In 2012 proponents gathered 372,000 voter signatures through a citizens' initiative in Los Angeles County to put Measure B on the 2012 ballot.

Tanya Tate

Opponents include porn performers Kayden Kross, Ava Addams, Ron Jeremy, Tera Patrick, Tanya Tate, Priya Anjali Rai, Jessica Drake, Steven St. Croix, Danny Wylde, and James Deen.
In 2012, Tate appeared on behalf of the Free Speech Coalition at a press conference for the "No on Government Waste" Committee, which opposed Los Angeles County's Measure B; the mandatory condom and health permit initiative.

MindGeek

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The No On Government Waste Committee opposed Measure B claiming it would waste tax-payer money and drive the porn industry out of the state.
Manwin was the biggest funder of the No on Government Waste Committee, which was supported by a coalition of entertainment companies, local business organizations, community activists, adult entertainment performers and healthcare advocates." The committee ran the No on Measure B campaign. The No on Measure B campaign was supported by the Los Angeles County Federation of Republican Women, Los Angeles County Republican and Libertarian Parties, the Valley Industry & Commerce Association (VICA), and the Log Cabin Republicans of Los Angeles.

Steven Hirsch

Steve Hirsch
In November 2012, Vivid Entertainment CEO Steven Hirsch and pornographic actors Dahlia Sky, Penny Pax, Veruca James, Steven St. Croix and Michael Vegas appeared in a video titled "Thank You From the Porn Industry" for Funny or Die.
Hirsch opposed Measure B, a law passed in Los Angeles County on November 5, 2012 that requires all performers in adult films to wear condoms when filming sex scenes.

2016 California Proposition 60

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In 2016, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation backed Proposition 60, which would have enacted a condom mandate similar to Measure B statewide.
Proposition 60 was similar to Measure B, passed by Los Angeles voters in 2012, which resulted in a large drop in permit filings for pornography shoots.

STDs in the porn industry

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Supporters of Measure B said it would stop the spread of STDs in the porn industry and protect tax dollars.
In the 2012 election voters in Los Angeles were presented with Measure B ("Safer Sex In the Adult Film Industry Act") with the following text:

Sexual intercourse

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Measure B, also known as the County of Los Angeles Safer Sex In the Adult Film Industry Act, is the law that requires the use of condoms in all vaginal and anal sex scenes in pornography productions filmed in Los Angeles County, California.

Anal sex

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Measure B, also known as the County of Los Angeles Safer Sex In the Adult Film Industry Act, is the law that requires the use of condoms in all vaginal and anal sex scenes in pornography productions filmed in Los Angeles County, California.

Pornography

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Measure B, also known as the County of Los Angeles Safer Sex In the Adult Film Industry Act, is the law that requires the use of condoms in all vaginal and anal sex scenes in pornography productions filmed in Los Angeles County, California.

Los Angeles County, California

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Measure B, also known as the County of Los Angeles Safer Sex In the Adult Film Industry Act, is the law that requires the use of condoms in all vaginal and anal sex scenes in pornography productions filmed in Los Angeles County, California.

California

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In 2009 similar legislation was introduced at the State level.

Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

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Citing an HIV positive test for a performer in May of that year, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors sought to find a sponsor for a bill to mandate condom use in adult films.

Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation

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The primary testing center at the time was the Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation (AIM).

Jenna Jameson

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Supporters included porn performer Aurora Snow, Jenna Jameson, Pink Cross Foundation, and Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.

Shelley Lubben

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Supporters included porn performer Aurora Snow, Jenna Jameson, Pink Cross Foundation, and Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.

Republican Party (United States)

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It said that it was supported in its opposition by the Los Angeles County Federation of Republican Women, Los Angeles County Republican and Libertarian Parties, and the Log Cabin Republicans of Los Angeles.

Libertarian Party (United States)

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It said that it was supported in its opposition by the Los Angeles County Federation of Republican Women, Los Angeles County Republican and Libertarian Parties, and the Log Cabin Republicans of Los Angeles.

Log Cabin Republicans

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It said that it was supported in its opposition by the Los Angeles County Federation of Republican Women, Los Angeles County Republican and Libertarian Parties, and the Log Cabin Republicans of Los Angeles.