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Sex Trade Study, Massage Laws & Return to the Bubble?

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A 2008 law that was supposed to help regulate California’s massage parlors is about to expire. Critics say the law just protected the industry and didn’t do what it was supposed to. Plus, we look at a new study of the sex trade in eight US cities. Also, housing prices are on the rise in parts of Southern California, reaching levels unseen since the last housing bubble. Meanwhile, the tech company behind the “Candy Crush” game expects to be worth more than 7.5 billion dollars when it goes public later this month. Are we headed towards another financial bubble?

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