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Soliciting remains illegal Section The legal situation was reviewed again with a Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety's inquiry into the ACT Prostitution Actfollowing the death of a year-old woman, Janine Cameronfrom a heroin overdose in a brothel in The inquiry was established on 28 October Written submissions were required by 26 February at which time 58 submissions had been received. The Eros Association, which represents the industry also called for removal of registration and for an expansion into residential areas. In the October elections the opposition Liberals campaigned on a platform to oppose allowing more than one sex worker to use a premise in suburban areas  but were not successful in preventing a further term of the ALP Green alliance.
Essentially, forcing someone of any age to take part in any sexual act is an offence. Having sex with someone who is underage is also an offence, but there are some defences available in exceptional circumstances. Teenagers should know about laws relating to sexual assault and harassment, and that they can talk to their parents and carers if they feel an offence has been committed against them or a friend. It is important to tell police or employers as soon as possible if you become aware of an offence.