These employees can only stay at "clean" hotels
WINONA, Minn. (AP) - September 6, 2010 -- Employees of one Minnesota county may have to stay at a so-called clean hotel.
And we're not talking about bedbugs or the condition of the bathrooms.
Tomorrow, Winona County Commissioners will consider a policy that would bar public employees from patronizing hotels that offer pay-per-view porn.
County Administrator Duane Hebert tells a local paper there would exception.
The anti-porn provision wouldn't apply if the hotel in question is a host-site for a conference, or if the bill would be more than 15 percent over another hotel.
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