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SF Strippers Say Lax City Oversight Is Forcing Them Into Prostitution
by sfbg
Sunday Dec 21st, 2003 9:47 AM
AMONG THE MANY unseemly legacies left behind by the outgoing administration at City Hall is the lack of enforcement of labor laws and city codes in San Francisco's strip clubs.
For the past decade, dancers who work in these clubs have complained bitterly to an array of city agencies about alleged labor and safety violations in their workplaces. But under Mayor Willie Brown, the former personal attorney of strip club owner Sam Conti, little was done to enforce state and local laws designed to protect dancers from being exploited.

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SF Strippers Say Lax City Oversight Is Forcing Them Into Prostitutionor they could work elsewhereMonday Jan 12th, 2004 1:29 AM
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