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‣ Mann Act
- Mann Act was amended by Congress in 1978, and again in 1986 to apply only to transport for the purpose of prostitution or illegal sexual acts.2)

The Mann Act, 18 U.S.C. § 2421 et seq., prohibits transporting any individual in interstate or foreign commerce for the purpose of engaging in prostitution or other sexual activity for which any person can be charged with a criminal offense, and related crimes. The Child and Exploitation and Obscenity Section of the Criminal Division is responsible for supervision of the Act.3)

‣ VTVPA 2000, Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 Widipedia, Human Trafficking in United State 4) 

 : The Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 allowed for greater statutory maximum sentences for traffickers, provided resources for protection of and assistance for victims of trafficking, and created avenues for interagency cooperation. It also allows many trafficking victims to remain in the U.S. and apply for permanent residency under a T-1 Visa. Previously, trafficked individuals who were often in the country illegally were treated as criminals. According to the section on Severe Forms of Trafficking in Persons, the definition extends to include any "commercial sex act . in which the person induced to perform such act has not attained 18 years of age." This means that any minor engaged in prostitution is a victim of human trafficking, regardless of citizenship or whether or not movement has taken place. The law defines trafficking as “the prohibition against any individual who provides or obtains labor or services for peonage, slavery, involuntary servitude, or forced labor.” The law distinguishes trafficking, where victims are coerced into entering the U.S., from smuggling, where migrants enter the country without authorization. The act also attempted to encourage efforts to prevent human trafficking internationally, by creating annual country reports on trafficking and tying financial non-humanitarian assistance to foreign countries to real efforts in addressing human trafficking. The benefits of the law, however, are dependent on the survivor’s cooperation with prosecuting the perpetrators. This can be complicated if the victim fears retribution from their trafficker or has a fear of authority that remains from their country of origin.

‣ Prosecutorial Remedies and Other Tools to End the Exploitation of Children Today Act of 2003(Protection Act) 
: http://www.state.gov/j/tip/laws/120170.htm


2) Wikipedia, Prostitution in the United State 

4) Widipedia, Human Trafficking in United State









Prostitution in the United States is illegal, except in some rural counties of the state of Nevada.


‣ Federal Law

TitleCitationExcerptPunishment
1.

Inadmissible aliens

Title 8 Ch. 12 Sub Ch. II Part II Sec. 1182"Any alien who-- (i) is coming to the United States solely, principally, or incidentally to engage in prostitution, or has engaged in prostitution within 10 years of the date of application for a visa, admission, or adjustment of status...is inadmissible."Denied admission into US
2.

Importation of alien for immoral purpose

Title 8 Ch. 12 Sub Ch. II Part VIII Sec. 1328"The importation into the United States of any alien for the purpose of prostitution, or for any other immoral purpose, is forbidden."Up to 10 yrs and/or fine
3.

Prostitution near military and naval establishments

Title 18 Part I Ch. 67 Sec. 1384"Within such reasonable distance of any military or naval camp, station, fort, post, yard, base, cantonment, training or mobilization place as the Secretary of the Army, the Secretary of the Navy, the Secretary of the Air Force, or any two or all of them shall determine to be needful to the efficiency, health, and welfare of the Army, the Navy, or the Air Force, and shall designate and publish in general orders or bulletins, whoever engages in prostitution....prohibited shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both." Up to 1 yr and/or fine
4.

Interstate and foreign travel or transportation in aid of racketeering enterprises

Title 18 Part I Ch. 95 Sec. 1952"Whoever travels in interstate or foreign commerce or uses the mail or any facility in interstate or foreign commerce, with intent to... otherwise promote, manage, establish, carry on, or facilitate the promotion, management, establishment, or carrying on, of any unlawful activity...shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both." Up to 5 yrs and/or fine
5.

Transportation generally

Title 18 Part I Ch. 117 Sec. 2421"Whoever knowingly transports any individual in interstate or foreign commerce, or in any Territory or Possession of the United States, with intent that such individual engage in prostitution, or in any sexual activity for which any person can be charged with a criminal offense, or attempts to do so, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 10 years, or both."Up to 10 yrs and/or fine
6.

Coercion and enticement

Title 18 Part I Ch. 117 Sec. 2422"Whoever knowingly persuades, induces, entices, or coerces any individual to travel in interstate or foreign commerce, or in any Territory or Possession of the United States, to engage in prostitution, or in any sexual activity for which any person can be charged with a criminal offense, or attempts to do so, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both."Up to 20 yrs and/or fine
7.

Filing factual statement about alien individual

Title 18 Part I Ch. 117 Sec. 2424"Whoever... controls... house... for the purpose of prostitution knowing... that the individual is an alien, shall file with the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization a statement in writing setting forth the name of such individual, the place at which that individual is kept, and all facts as to the date of that individual's entry into the United States, the port through which that individual entered, that individual's age, nationality, and parentage, and concerning that individual's procuration to come to this country within the knowledge of such person; and [w]hoever fails within five business... to file such statement concerning such alien individual with the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization... [s]hall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 10 years, or both." Up to 10 yrs and/or fine
8.

Character investigations

Title 25 Ch. 34 Sec. 3207"The minimum standards of character that are to be prescribed under this section shall ensure that none of the individuals appointed to positions described in subsection (a) of this section have been found guilty of, or entered a plea of nolo contendere or guilty to, any felonious offense, or any of two or more misdemeanor offenses, under Federal, State, or tribal law involving crimes of violence; sexual assault, molestation, exploitation, contact or prostitution; crimes against persons; or offenses committed against children." Denied employment
9.

Registration determinations

Title 29 Ch. 20 Sub Ch. I Sec. 1813"In accordance with regulations, the Secretary may refuse to issue or renew, or may suspend or revoke, a certificate of registration (including a certificate of registration as an employee of a farm labor contractor) if the applicant or holder--...has been convicted within the preceding five years..., prostitution..." Denied a certificate of registration



‣ State Law

Prostitution is illegal in all state except Nevada. State laws punish or criminalize the act of prostitution, soliciting or operating house of prostitution


StatePenalty for Prostitutes(Crime Classification)Penalty for Customers(Crime Classification)Penalty for Pimps(Crime Classification)Penalty for Brothel Owners(Crime Classification)
1. AlabamaUp to 1 yr and/or $6,000(Class A misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $6,000(Class A misdemeanor)1-10 yrs and/or $15,000(Class C felony)1-10 yrs and/or $15,000 (Class C felony)
2. AlaskaUp to 90 days and/or $2,000(Class B misdemeanor)Up to 90 days and/or $2,000(Class B misdemeanor)Up to 5 yrs and/or $50,000(Class C felony)Up to 5 yrs and/or $50,000(Class C felony)
3. Arizona1st offense 15 days, 2nd 30 days, 3rd 60 days, 4+ offenses 180 days-1.5 yrs(First offense class 1 misdemeanor, 4 or more offenses are a class 5 felony)Up to 30 days and/or $500(Class 3 misdemeanor)18 months and/or $150,000(Class 5 felony)18 months and/or $150,000(Class 5 felony)
4. ArkansasUp to 90 days and/or $500, then up to 1 yr and/or $1,000(First offense class B misdemeanor, subsequent offense class A misdemeanor)Up to 90 days and/or $500, then up tp 1 yr and/or $1,000(First offense class B misdemeanor, subsequent offense class A misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $1,000(Class A misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $1,000(Class A misdemeanor)
5. CaliforniaUp to 1 yr and/or $1,000(Misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $1,000(Misdemeanor)3-6 yrs in a state prison(Felony)3-6 yrs in a state prison(Felony)
6. ColoradoUp to 6 months and/or $50-$750(Class 3 misdemeanor)Up 6 months and/or $500, then 6-18 months and/or $500-$5,000(First offense class 1 petty offense, 3+ offenses class 1 misdemeanor)4-12 yrs and/or $3,000-$750,000(Class 3 felony)3 months-1 yr and/or $250-$1,000(Class 2 misdemeanor)
7. ConnecticutUp to 1 yr and/or $2,000(Class A misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $2,000(Class A misdemeanor)1-10 yrs and/or $10,000(Class C felony)1-10 yrs and/or $10,000(Class C felony)
8. DelawareUp to 6 months and/or $1,150(Class B misdemeanor)Up to 30 days and a minimum mandatory fine of $500(Misdemeanor)Up to 5 yrs and/or a fine(Class E felony)Up to 5 yrs and/or a fine(Class E felony)
9. District of ColumbiaFirst offense 1-90 days and $500, 2nd 1-135 days and $750, 3+ 1-180 days and $1,000First offense 1-90 days and $500, 2nd 1-135 days and $750, 3+ 1-180 days and $1,000Up to 5 yrs and/or $5,000(Felony)Up to 5 yrs and/or $5,000(Felony)
10. FloridaFirst offense 2nd degree misdemeanor, 2nd offense 1 misdemeanor, 3+ offenses 3 felony2nd degree misdemeanor-3 felony$500 fine3rd degree felonyFirst offense 2nd degree misdemeanor, subsequent offenses 1 misdemeanor
11. GeorgiaUp to 1 yr and/or $1,000(Misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $1,000(Misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $5,000(Misdemeanor of a high and aggravated nature)Up to 1 yr and/or $5,000(Misdemeanor of a high and aggravated nature)
12. Hawaii30 days and/or $500(Petty misdemeanor)30 days and/or $500(Petty misdemeanor)Up to 5 yrs and/or $10,000(Class C felony)Up to 5 yrs and/or $10,000(Class C felony)
13. Idaho1-6 months and/or $500, then 1-5 yrs(First offense misdemeanor, 3+ offenses are a felony)1-6 months and/or $500, then 1-5 yrs(First offense misdemeanor, 3+ offenses are a felony2-20 yrs and/or a fine of $1,000-$50,000(Felony)2-20 yrs and/or a fine of $1,000-$50,000(Felony)
14. IllinoisUp to 1 yr and/or $2,500 then 1-3 yrs and/or $25,000(First offense class A misdemeanor, subsequent convictions are a 4 felony)Up to 1 yr and/or $2,500 then 1-3 yrs and/or $25,000(First offense class A misdemeanor, subsequent convictions are a 4 felony)Up to 1 yr and/or $2,500 then 1-3 yrs and/or $25,000(First offense class A misdemeanor, subsequent convictions are a 4 felony)Up to 1 yr and/or $2,500 then 1-3 yrs and/or $25,000(First offense class A misdemeanor, subsequent convictions are a 4 felony)
15. IndianaUp to 1 yr and/or $5,000, then 6 months-3 yrs and/or $10,000(First offense class A misdemeanor, 3+ convictions are a D felony)Up to 1 yr and/or $5,000, then 6 months-3 yrs and/or $10,000(First offense class A misdemeanor, 3+ convictions are a D felony)2-8 yrs and/or $10,000(Class C felony)2-8 yrs and/or $10,000(Class C felony)
16. IowaUp to 2 yrs and/or $500-$5,000(Aggravated misdemeanor)Up to 2 yrs and/or $500-$5,000(Aggravated misdemeanor)Up to 5 yrs and/or $750-$7,500(Class D felony)Up to 5 yrs and/or $750-$7,500(Class D felony)
17. KansasUp to 6 months and/or $1,000(Class B nonperson misdemeanor)Up to 1 month and/or $500(Class C misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $2,500 then 1-5 yr and/or $100,000(First offense class A person misdemeanor then subsequent convictions are severity level 7)Up to 1 yr and/or $2,500 then 1-5 yr and/or $100,000(First offense class A person misdemeanor then subsequent convictions are severity level 7)
18. KentuckyUp to 90 days and/or $250(Class B misdemeanor)Up to 90 days and/or $250(Class B misdemeanor)1-5 yrs and/or $1,000-$10,000(Class D felony)1-5 yrs and/or $1,000-$10,000(Class D felony)
19. LouisianaFirst offense up to 6 months and/or $500, 2nd offense up to 2 yrs and/or $250-$2,000, 3+ convictions 2-4 yrs and $500-$4,000Up to 6 months and/or $5005 yrs and/or $5,0005 yrs and/or $5,000
20. MaineUp to 6 months and/or $1,000 then up to 1 yr and/or $2,000(First offense Class E crime, then consequent offenses class D crime)Up to 6 months and/or $1,000 then up to 1 yr and/or $2,000(First offense Class E crime, then consequent offenses class D crime)Up to 1 yr and/or $2,000(Class D crime)Up to 1 yr and/or $2,000(Class D crime)
21. MarylandUp to 1 yr and/or $500(Misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $500(Misdemeanor)Up to 10 yrs and/or $10,000(Misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $500(Misdemeanor)
22. MassachusettsUp to 1 yr and/or $500Up to 1 yr and/or $5005 yrs and $5,0005 yrs and $5,000
23. MichiganFirst offense up 93 days and/or $500, 2nd offense up to 1 yr and/or $1,000, 3+ convictions up to 2 yrs and/or $2,000(1-2 offense misdemeanor, 3rd offense felony)First offense up 93 days and/or $500, 2nd offense up to 1 yr and/or $1,000, 3+ convictions up to 2 yrs and/or $2,000(1-2 offense misdemeanor, 3rd offense felony)Up to 20 yrs(Felony)5 yrs or $2,500(Felony)
24. MinnesotaFirst offense is up to 90 days and/or $1,000, consequence offense is up to 1 yr and/or $3,000First offense is up to 90 days and/or $500-$1,000, consequence offense is up to 1 yr and/or $1,500-$3,000Up to 15 yrs and/or $30,000Up to 15 yrs and/or $30,000
25. Mississippi6 months and/or $2006 months and/or $2006 months and/or $2006 months and/or $200
26. Missouri30 days-6 months and/or $500(Class B misdemeanor)30 days-6 months and/or $500(Class B misdemeanor)Up to 10 yrs and/or $5,000(Class C felony)Up to 10 yrs and/or $5,000(Class C felony)
27. Montana6 months and/or $500First offense up to 1 yr and/or $1,000, consequence offense up to 5 yr and/or $10,00010 yr and/or $50,00010 yr and/or $50,000
28. NebraskaUp to 1 yr and/or $1,000(Class I misdemeanor)First offense at least $200, consequent convictions at least $500(First offense class I misdemeanor, subsequent offenses class IV felony)Up to 5 yrs and/or $10,000(Class IV felony)Up to 1 yr and/or $1,000(Class I misdemeanor)
29. NevadaUp to 6 months and/or $1,000(Misdemeanor)Up to 6 months and/or $1,000(Misdemeanor)1-4 yrs and/or $5,000(Category D felony)Up to 6 months and/or $1,000(Misdemeanor)
30. New HampshireUp to 1 yr and $2,000(Misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and $2,000(Misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and $2,000(Misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and $2,000(Misdemeanor)
31. New JerseyFirst offense up to 6 months and/or fine, consequent convictions up to 18 months and/or fine(First disorderly persons offense, subsequent offenses crime of the fourth degree)First offense up to 6 months and/or fine, consequent convictions up to 18 months and/or fine(First disorderly persons offense, subsequent offenses crime of the fourth degree)3-5 yrs and/or fine(Crime of the third degree)3-5 yrs and/or fine(Crime of the third degree)
32. New MexicoFirst offense up to 6 months in a county jail and/or $500, subsequent offenses up to 1 yr in a county jail and/or $1,000(First offense petty misdemeanor, subsequent offenses misdemeanor)First offense up to 6 months in a county jail and/or $500, subsequent offenses up to 1 yr in a county jail and/or $1,000(First offense petty misdemeanor, subsequent offenses misdemeanor)Up to 18 months and/or $5,000(Fourth degree felony)Up to 18 months and/or $5,000(Fourth degree felony)
33. New YorkUp to 3 months and/or $500(Class B misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $1,000(Class A misdemeanor)Up to 7 yrs and/or $5,000(Class D felony)Up to 7 yrs and/or $5,000(Class D felony)
34. North CarolinaUp to 45 days and a fine(Class 1 misdemeanor)Up to 45 days and a fine(Class 1 misdemeanor)Up to 45 days and a fine(Class 1 misdemeanor)Up to 45 days and a fine(Class 1 misdemeanor)
35. North DakotaUp to 30 days and/or $1,000(Class B misdemeanor)Up to 30 days and/or $1,000(Class B misdemeanor)Up to 5 yrs and/or $5,000(Class C felony)Up to 5 yrs and/or $5,000(Class C felony)
36. OhioUp to 60 days and/or $500(Third degree misdemeanor)Up to 60 days and/or $500(Third degree misdemeanor)Up to 180 days and/or $1,000(First degree misdemeanor)Up to 180 days and/or $1,000(First degree misdemeanor)
37. OklahomaFirst offense 30 days-1 yr or up to $2,500, 2nd offense 30 days-1 yr or up to $5,000, consequent offenses 30 days-1 yr or up to $7,500(Misdemeanor)First offense 30 days-1 yr or up to $2,500, 2nd offense 30 days-1 yr or up to $5,000, consequent offenses 30 days-1 yr or up to $7,500(Misdemeanor)First offense 30 days-1 yr or up to $2,500, 2nd offense 30 days-1 yr or up to $5,000, consequent offenses 30 days-1 yr or up to $7,500(Misdemeanor)First offense 30 days-1 yr or up to $2,500, 2nd offense 30 days-1 yr or up to $5,000, consequent offenses 30 days-1 yr or up to $7,500(Misdemeanor)
38. OregonUp to 1 yr and/or $6,250(Class A misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $6,250(Class A misdemeanor)Up to 5 yrs and/or $125,000(Class C felony)Up to 5 yrs and/or $125,000(Class C felony)
39. PennsylvaniaFirst two offenses up to 1 yr, 3rd offense up to 2 yrs, and subsequent offenses up to 5 yr(1st and 2nd offense a 3rd deg. misdemeanor, 3rd offense a 2nd deg. misdemeanor, 4+ offenses 1st deg. misdemeanor)First two offenses up to 1 yr, 3rd offense up to 2 yrs, and subsequent offenses up to 5 yr(1st and 2nd offense a 3rd deg. misdemeanor, 3rd offense a 2nd deg. misdemeanor, 4+ offenses 1st deg. misdemeanor)Up to 7 yrs(3rd deg. felony)Up to 7 yrs(3rd deg. felony)
40. Rhode IslandIndoor prostitution became legal in 1980 as a result of an unintential legal loophole created by legislators when enacting laws targeting street prostitution. The state passed new legislation to close this loophole on Nov. 3, 2009.]Up to 6 months and/or $250-$1,000, subsequent convictions up to 1 yr and/or $500-$1,000(Misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $250-$1,000, subsequent convictions up to 1 yr and/or $500-$1,000(Misdemeanor) Up to 6 months and/or $500-$1,000, subsequent convictions up to 1 yr and/or $750-$1,000(Only applies to soliciting from motor vehicles)First offense 1-5 yrs and $2,000-$5,000, subsequent convictions 3-10 yrs and $5,000-$10,000(Pandering)First offense 1-5 yrs and $2,000-$5,000, subsequent convictions 3-10yrs and $5,000-$10,000(Pandering)
41. South CarolinaFirst offense up to 30 days or $200, 2nd offense up to 6 months and $1,000, 3+ at least 1 yr and/or up to $3,000First offense up to 30 days or $200, 2nd offense up to 6 months and $1,000, 3+ at least 1 yr and/or up to $3,000First offense up to 30 days or $200, 2nd offense up to 6 months and $1,000, 3+ at least 1 yr and/or up to $3,000First offense up to 30 days or $200, 2nd offense up to 6 months and $1,000, 3+ at least 1 yr and/or up to $3,000
42. South DakotaUp to 1 yr in county jail and/or $2,000(Class 1 misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr in county jail and/or $2,000(Class 1 misdemeanor)Up to 2 yrs and/or $4,000(Class 6 felony)Up to 2 yrs and/or $4,000(Class 6 felony)
43. TennesseeUp to 6 months and/or $500(Class B misdemeanor)Up to 6 months and/or $500(Class B misdemeanor)1-6 yrs and/or up to $3,000(Class E felony)1-6 yrs and/or up to $3,000(Class E felony)
44. TexasFirst offense up to 180 days and/or $2,000, 2nd up to 1 yr and/or $4,000, 3+ 180 days-2 yrs and/or $10,000(First offense is a class B misdemeanor, 2nd A misdemeanor, 3+ is a state jail felony)First offense up to 180 days and/or $2,000, 2nd up to 1 yr and/or $4,000, 3+ 180 days-2 yrs and/or $10,000(First offense is a class B misdemeanor, 2nd A misdemeanor, 3+ is a state jail felony)2-10 yrs and up to $10,000(3rd degree felony)2-10 yrs and up to $10,000(3rd degree felony)
45. UtahFirst offense up to 6 months and/or $1,000, subsequent offenses up to 1 yr and/or $2,500(First offense class B misdemeanor, subsequent offenses are class A misdemeanors)Up to 6 months and/or $1,000(Class B misdemeanor)Up to 5 yrs and/or $5,000(3rd degree felony)Up to 5 yrs and/or $5,000(3rd degree felony)
46. VermontFirst offense up to 1 yr or $100, second offense up to 3 yrsFirst offense up to 1 yr or $100, second offense up to 3 yrs1-10 yrs and/or $200-$2,0001-10 yrs and/or $200-$2,000
47. VirginiaUp to 1 yr and/or $2,500(Class 1 misdemeanor)Up to 1 yr and/or $2,500(Class 1 misdemeanor)2-10 yrs and up to $100,000(Class 4 felony)2-10 yrs and up to $100,000(Class 4 felony)
48. WashingtonUp to 90 days and/or $1,000(Misdemeanor)Up to 90 days and/or $1,000(Misdemeanor)Up to 5 yrs and/or $5,000(Class C felony)Up to 5 yrs and/or $5,000(Class C felony)
49. West Virginia60 days-6 months and $50-$100First offense 60 days-6 months and $50-$100, 2nd offense 6 months-1 yr and $100-$200, consequent offenses 1-3 yrsFirst offense 6 months-1 yr and $100-$500, subsequent offenses 1-3 yrsFirst offense 6 months-1 yr and $100-$250, subsequent offenses 1-5 yrs
50. WisconsinUp to 9 months and/or $10,000(Class A misdemeanor)Up to 9 months and/or $10,000(Class A misdemeanor)Up to 12.5 yrs and/or $25,000(Class F felony)Up to 6 yrs and/or $10,000(Class H felony)
51. WyomingUp to 6 months and/or $750(Misdemeanor)Up to 6 months and/or $750(Misdemeanor)Up to 3 yrs and/or $3,000(Felony)Up to 3 yrs and/or $3,000(Felony)



‣ Prostitution Law in Nevada by County 


CountyLegal StatusFees for Brothel Ownership per Year(The fees below only include those specifically levied against operating brothels)
1.Carson CityIllegalNot Applicable
2.Churchill County(PDF) 4.7MB LegalUnavailable
3.Clark CountyIllegalNot Applicable
4.Douglas CountyIllegalNot Applicable
5.Elko CountyLegal only in cities granting permissionDepends on city
6.Esmeralda CountyLegalUnavailable
7.Eureka CountyNo laws legalizing or prohibitingNot Applicable
8.Humboldt CountyLegal only in cities granting permissionDepends on city
9.Lander County (PDF) 1.8MBLegal$200
10.Lincoln CountyIllegalNot Applicable
11.Lyon County (PDF) 1.9MBLegal1-20 Rooms = $25,60021-40 = $29,60041+ = $33,600
12.Mineral CountyLegalUnavailable
13.Nye County (PDF) 3.5MBLegal0-5 Prostitutes = $7,500 6-10 = $14,000 11-25 = $30,000 26+ = $150,000
14.Pershing CountyLegal only in cities granting permissionDepends on city
15.Storey County (PDF) 3.5MBLegal$75,000
16.Washoe CountyIllegalNot Applicable
17.White Pine CountyLegal only in cities granting permissionDepends on city
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