The Real Bawdy House Provisions Are Struck Down

You can see above why I named this blog the Bawdy House provisions.  Now comes news that Ontario’s Appeals Court has struck down the province’s bawdy house laws as unconstitutional.

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4 Responses to The Real Bawdy House Provisions Are Struck Down

  1. BSK says:

    I know nothing of Canadian law, but how can allowing people to do something be Unconstitutional? Relaxing a state power is unconsitutional? Really?

  2. James Hanley says:

    Um, the laws prohibiting bawdy houses was struck down.

  3. BSK says:

    FYI. Posting under a new name at the LoOG. Trying a fresh start and a different approach. Cowardly? Maybe. Trying to make lemonade out of lemons. This isn’t a secret, persay, but I’m not broadcasting it either. Just trying to rejoin the fray in a better way.

  4. James Hanley says:

    I get you. And I wish you luck making it work. I hope I know you well enough to recognize you.

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