Camarillo City Council uses condom law to keep porn shoots out of city

Mar 13, 2015
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The latest illustration that condom laws have nothing to do with “public health” and everything to do with blocking the creation of adult content.

CAMARILLO, Calif. – The Camarillo City Council has approved rules and regulations meant to discourage the production of adult films in the city after portions of Los Angeles County’s Safer Sex in the Adult Film Industry Act were upheld in court.

Following passage of the law, Measure B, approved by voters in November 2012, makers of adult films who shot inLos Angeles County migrated to VenturaOrange and Kern counties to avoid the stricter regulations.

Camarillo Council uses condom law to keep porn shoots out of city

“There was a rush to the doors (by adult filmmakers) to go into Ventura County,” said Mayor Bill Little. “We (in Camarillo) certainly didn’t want to be the recipients of that industry.”

The move sparked city councils throughout the region—including Camarillo—to enact emergency bans on permits for adult movies.

The council established a moratorium on issuing any newuse, conditional-use, specialevent or film permits to produce adult films in March 2013. That moratorium will expire later this month.

With that in mind, Little said, the council adopted a permanent ordinance during its regular meeting on Wednesday to regulate the production of adult films in the city.

The council discussed the topic at length when it approved a 45-day urgency ordinance, also meant to regulate adult films, and took the first step to adopt the permanent ordinance last month.

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