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Discussion of Measure B to be Held at Tomorrow’s FSC Summit

Diane Duke

Passage of Measure B on the Los Angeles County ballot has prompted Free Speech Coalition (FSC) to schedule a discussion of the latest developments at tomorrow’s FSC Summit, to be held at the Sofitel Hotel in West Hollywood, CA.

In addition to the day-long program of Summit seminars, Measure B will be highlighted at a special session from noon-1:30pm.

“Coming off of the momentum of the campaign, we must press forward and come together pro-actively, to decide the next steps for adult industry,” FSC CEO Diane Duke said. “We strongly encourage all industry members in Los Angeles to attend the Summit tomorrow, if only for the special seminar on Measure B. This is a great opportunity for discussion and unity as we move to confront this challenge.”

Attendance for the Summit is free-of-charge, due to the generosity of our sponsors. Industry members can go to the FSC Summit webpage to register for the show online. On-site registration opens at 9am on Thursday.

Other topics slated for Summit program include World Markets, Sex & Politics, Diversification, the Legal Hot Seat and “If I Knew Then, What I Know Now.”

Immediately following the day’s sessions, the FSC Awards will be presented at a gala cocktail reception, to be held in the Stone Rose Lounge at the Sofitel.

For more information on the FSC Summit, please visit the event webpage, or contact FSC at (818) 348-9373.

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