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LAS VEGAS, Nev.—No Adult Entertainment Expo would be complete without its legal panel, and this year is no different, bringing together several attorneys who deal with different aspects of the adult entertainment industry for an update on what happened, legally speaking, in 2017, and a preview as to how they expect governments, federal and state, to make sexual free speech as painful as possible over the coming year.

But this year’s panel opened with some good news, thanks to Ohio attorney J. Michael Murray’s top-notch work in pressing Free Speech Coalition’s lawsuit against the federal record-keeping and labeling laws, 18 U.S.C. §§2257 and 2257A.