Las Vegas escorts are some of the hottest escorts in the world, but they don’t always have insurance.
According to a new report from Forbes, the industry is facing a major crisis.
Las Vegas escort rates are set to soar.
According to the report, the number of escorts seeking to work in the state has soared since the passage of a bill last year that expanded escorts’ health coverage to include basic necessities like dental and vision.
In a state with some of America’s most restrictive health care requirements, the health insurance industry is set to become an even bigger challenge for the industry, according to the Forbes report.
A bill in 2018 that required escorts to have health insurance coverage has been challenged by insurance providers, who claim the bill would make the industry less safe.
The Forbes report notes that the current law doesn’t provide escorts with the same basic coverage that is provided to the general population.
For instance, a basic policy is only valid for 12 months, but the law covers escorts for two years.
According a spokesperson for the state health department, the problem is not limited to the insurance industry.
“The current law does not cover escorts,” said Rachel Geller, a spokesperson with the state Health Department.
“There are other health insurance providers in the State of Nevada that do provide escort coverage and that’s what they’re doing.”
In an interview with the New York Times, an escort from California named Laura told the newspaper that she has had insurance for six years.
“I have a lot on my insurance that I have to look up every month,” she said.
“They say you have to check this, this, that, you have have to sign this, and this, but I don’t have to.”
Laura’s story is the latest in a series of escort scandals that have rocked the industry in recent years.
According the New Yorker, in 2014, a young woman who was a member of the Los Angeles Escorts posted a video on YouTube about a sexual encounter with a man in a wheelchair who then attempted to rape her.
A week later, a woman named Ashley was raped in her home.
In January of this year, a 19-year-old woman named Amanda was assaulted in her car by a man she thought was a friend.
In all of these cases, the men accused were ultimately convicted of the crime and jailed for more than a year.
In response to the industry’s growing problems, Nevada lawmakers have introduced a bill that would allow escorts who want to work with licensed providers to apply for a new license.
According a press release from the bill’s sponsor, State Representative Dan Scarpino, the bill will help protect escorts and their customers from these kinds of incidents.
“While it’s true that some of these incidents can happen on the side of the road, I am pleased to hear that the bill I am sponsoring will provide protections for escorts from these incidents and protect our customers,” Scarpio said in a press statement.
According the bill, escorts can apply for the same type of license as anyone else and will also have to pay a $500 license fee.
If the escorts wish to work under the same person as their client, they will need to pay $200.