There’s a need, and it’s coming from the people who run them.
In Arizona, for instance, the city of Phoenix is facing a legal battle over whether to allow escorts to sell sex on the streets.
The city has a long history of promoting escort services, including a decades-long campaign of marketing campaigns that used to feature the faces of celebrities and athletes in ads that sold tickets to their shows.
Now the city is facing lawsuits alleging that these campaigns are illegal, and that the city has engaged in a systematic and illegal campaign of targeting women seeking sex in public.
In response, a group of local politicians, including Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, have called for an independent investigation into the city’s escort business.
They say the city should stop its marketing campaigns and let escort agencies sell sex in private homes, restaurants, and other venues.
The Phoenix City Council voted to allow the city to sell escorts in a special session on Wednesday.
The mayor and city attorney’s office have since filed an official lawsuit against the city.
The lawsuit alleges that the ads targeted prostitutes by identifying them as sex workers.
They also allege that the escort agencies were required to provide a credit card number and other details, including address and phone number, in order to verify the identities of potential clients.
Phoenix officials said they are not seeking any monetary damages, and said the ads were created to help “serve as a warning to clients of the risk of sex trafficking.”
In the lawsuit, the group of plaintiffs argues that Arizona’s escort law violates the federal Trafficking Victims Protection Act.
The law requires that the Department of Justice investigate any alleged violation of trafficking laws, including the Arizona Human Trafficking Act, the Sex Trafficking Prevention Act, and the State of Arizona Human Rights Act.
The plaintiffs’ lawyers have also argued that the law has not been used to prosecute sex traffickers.
But in a press release, the attorneys general of Arizona and New Mexico argued that it has.
The two states’ attorneys general argue that Arizona law has already been used against sex trafficking and prostitution.
“The law does not allow the courts to determine the existence of any statutory or constitutional violation that has been or is being alleged,” the states’ lawyers wrote.
“The federal government does not have jurisdiction to prosecute a violation of federal law.
And the Arizona law was enacted to combat sex trafficking by preventing sex trafficking from occurring, not to address it.”
They argue that it’s important for people to know that Arizona does not condone any form of prostitution or sex trafficking, and argues that the laws are “intended to prevent prostitution and sex trafficking”.
“In Arizona, we do not criminalize the commercial solicitation of sex.
We do not make it a crime to pay for sex,” the attorneys wrote.”
Moreover, Arizona does allow sex workers to choose the location and duration of their encounters, and we have no laws that require them to pay to engage in sex work.”
The attorneys added: “The law is designed to protect the vulnerable and the vulnerable alone.
It is not intended to serve as a blanket license for any form or type of prostitution.”