Despite support, sex trade ad bill faces uphill battle

"There's no doubt that it's a very well-intentioned bill," said Matthew Zimmerman, a senior staff attorney with the San Francisco-based Electronic Frontier Foundation. "But if there was an easy, narrow fix, it would have already been done. There have been a lot of people who have raised this concern, but they haven't found a way to fix it without collateral impact."

Sunday, March 16, 2014
Chicago Tribune

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