Guy Rocha

former Archivist, Nevada State Library and Archives

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Former archivist of the Nevada State Library and Archives and Nevada historian

Guy Rocha on KCRW

Thirty years ago, Nevada gave rural counties the option to legalize prostitution. The brothels are licensed and regulated locally, but have never been taxed by the state.

Nevada Considers Taxing the Oldest Profession

Thirty years ago, Nevada gave rural counties the option to legalize prostitution. The brothels are licensed and regulated locally, but have never been taxed by the state.

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