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July 02, 2016

Condom Ballot Measure Now Labeled 'Prop 60'

SACRAMENTO—The California Secretary of State’s office has issued a corrected list of proposition numbers measures set to appear on the November 8, 2016, General Election ballot, reassigning the “Condoms in Pornographic Films Initiative” to Proposition 60. In a press release issued Saturday evening, Secretary of State Alex Padilla's office announced, "After further review of the language in SB 254 and legislative intent, the Secretary of State’s office is reinstating the original ballot order and numbering released in our first press release issued on Friday, July 1 at 1:09 p.m. SB 254 will be Proposition 59. We apologize for any inconvenience." The condom initiative had been labeled Prop 59 late Friday.  Prop 60, if passed, would require mandatory condom use in all adult films shot in California. The burdensome measure—which is being backed by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation—has been widely opposed by adult performers and producers as well as public health advocates. Prop 60 is listed as such: Requires performers in adult films to use condoms during filming of sexual intercourse. Requires producers of adult films to pay for performer vaccinations, testing, and medical examinations related to sexually transmitted infections. Requires producers to obtain state health license at beginning of filming and to post condom requirement at film sites. Imposes liability on producers for violations, on certain distributors, on performers if they have a financial interest in the violating film, and on talent agents who knowingly refer performers to noncomplying producers. Permits state, performers, or any state resident to enforce violations.  

 
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