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Porn stars in California revolt against Democrat bill to FINGERPRINT adult entertainers and have them complete 'sexual violence and harassment training' to obtain a work license Assembly Bill 2389 was introduced to the California Legislature last week in a bid to increase education and regulation in the state's porn industry The bill proposed that adult entertainers be fingerprinted and obtain a business license prior to work However, such proposals have been scrapped after widespread outrage from adult entertainers and activist who claim it 'shames' and 'criminalizes' them An amended version of the bill has been submitted, calling for performers to undergo educational training to obtain a certificate every three years  

By Andrew Court For Dailymail.com

Published: 06:04 GMT, 1 March 2020 | Updated: 06:04 GMT, 1 March 2020

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Porn stars in California have blasted a bill proposed by two state Democrats which would require adult entertainers to be fingerprinted and obtain a work license before stripping off in front of the camera. 

AB 2389 was introduced by Assembly Members Cristina Garcia and Lorena Gonzalez to the California Legislature last Tuesday in a bid to increase education and regulation in the X-rated industry.  

An initial draft of the bill proposed that each performer would pay for and complete training every three years, educating them on 'reporting workplace injuries', 'how to avoid sexually transmitted diseases' and 'resources for assistance'. 

The draft also declared that each performer would be required to have their fingerprints taken as part of initial training and would need to obtain a valid business license prior to work. The measures would pertain to amateur webcam performers, as well as professional porn stars. 

AB 2389 was introduced by Assembly Members Cristina Garcia and Lorena Gonzalez to the California Legislature last Tuesday in a bid to increase education and regulation in the X-rated industry. Pictured: the 2017 AdultCon in Los Angeles

AB 2389 was introduced by Assembly Members Cristina Garcia and Lorena Gonzalez to the California Legislature last Tuesday in a bid to increase education and regulation in the X-rated industry. Pictured: the 2017 AdultCon in Los Angeles 

Assemblywoman  Cristina Garcia

Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez

Assemblywomen Cristina Garcia and Lorena Gonzalez introduced the bill last week 

Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia said in a statement: 'My goal is that the training required by AB 2389 will result in a certification process similar to that of

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