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Only in L.A.: Angelenos Discuss Condoms in Porn on Twitter

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This election year, many Americans all over the country find themselves waiting in grueling, monotonous polling lines to exercise their voting rights. Meanwhile in Los Angeles, listed somewhere below the slot for the presidential race is Measure B, an initiative that seeks to make mandatory the use of condoms in porn. Whether or not the initiative will have any pervasive effect on L.A. if passed, Angelenos are surely getting a kick out of the fact that the measure is even on their ballots.

Twitter has been blowing up with their responses lately:

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