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Sex ban for police receives approval

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 30, 2014

~~<p>Hawaii lawmakers have passed a bill that will end an unusual exemption in state law that allowed police to have sex with prostitutes.</p>
<p>Police still will be permitted to solicit sex in the course of their investigations. But House Bill 1926, if enacted into law by the governor's signature, will make sexual penetration and sadomasochistic abuse against prostitutes by police officers a crime.</p>
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Hawaii lawmakers have passed a bill that will end an unusual exemption in state law that allowed police to have sex with prostitutes.

Police still will be permitted to solicit sex in the course of their investigations. But House Bill 1926, if enacted into law by the governor's signature, will make sexual penetration and sadomasochistic abuse against prostitutes by police officers a crime. Login for more...



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