Not quite everything goes in San Francisco.
Voters in this liberal bastion have turned down a measure that would have barred police from arresting prostitutes.
San Francisco couldn't technically legalize since it's against state law, but Proposition K would have barred local authorities from investigating, arresting or prosecuting anyone for selling sex.
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Advocates say the measure would have freed up to $11 million the police spend each year arresting prostitutes, and allow sex workers to form collectives to defend their rights and safety.