16 United States Senate edit 2004 election edit Main article: United States Senate election in Louisiana, 2004 In 2004, Vitter ran to replace Democrat John Breaux in the.S.
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Sex crimes include various offenses such as sexual assault, rape and statutory rape, solicitation and prostitution, child pornography, and indecent exposure.
Retrieved July 12, 2007.Retrieved May 14, 2009.4 Mahogany Hall edit Storyville contained a large variety of brothels and parlors to satisfy the diverse tastes of visitors to New Orleans.In the initial vote on May 1, 1999, 12 former Congressman and Governor David."Woman Convicted in Washington Escort Case"."ATF nominee in the crossfire".153 154 Network neutrality edit Vitter was one of six senate Republicans to propose an amendment to a bill which would stop the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from enforcing network neutrality which they allege is a violation of the First Amendment.This is an area of federal law that everybody, every stakeholder, every group, tatouage libertin whether it's some far-left environmental group or industry, said needed to be updated.His opponent characterized this stance as hypocritical, and Vitter countered that unless it were universally applied, the loss of seniority would disadvantage his district.dead link Lipman, Larry (September 30, 2007).
Neither bill became law.3 The Navy had troops located in New Orleans and the city was pressed to close Storyville."Bush vetoes massive water resources bill".Senate candidate in 1978, 1980, and 1996.Institute for Policy Studies."Vitter Pushes for Reauthorization of Abstinence Education Program"."David Vitter Announces Run for Governor".3 The District was adjacent to one of the main railway stations, where travelers arrived in the city.Christopher Tidmore, "The Weekly's inside political track", Louisiana Weekly, March 29, 2004 Bridges, Tyler, "David Vitter murky past with prostitution focus of campaign behind campaign", The Advocate, Sep.Retrieved July 10, 2010.Romm, Tony (22 September 2009).
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