Way to go LA. Now my eyes won't get the hiv when I watch redtube. http://blogs.laweekly.com/informer/2012/11/measure_b_election_results_porn_condoms_los_angeles.php The organization cites California workplace safety officials who say condoms are indeed the law in the state; they just don't have the resources to enforce the rule. The initiative, then, sought to institutionalize condoms through massage-parlor-like permitting for adult production throughout most of the county (Pasadena, Long Beach and Vernon, which have their own health departments, are exempt). The city of Los Angeles has a similar rule -- for on-location shoots that properly seek permits -- but has yet to figure out how to enforce it. The industry has argued that consumers won't buy condom porn and that enforcement would push the multi-billion-dollar business underground and out of Los Angeles' "Porn Valley." AIDS Healthcare has cited a 2004 HIV scare and summer's syphilis scare as evidence that the industry's monthly STD testing protocol for performers doesn't work. The most successful argument against measure B seems to be the one that claims it would empower bigger government without the means for enforcement.