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Condom Bill Passes The Arts and Entertainment Committee

AB1576 aka the statewide condom law has passed the Arts and Entertainment Committee.

 

It passed 4-1 with Assembly member Scott Wilk voting against the bill and Cheryl Brown abstaining.

 

Next stop is the appropriations committee where it got shot down last year.