LOS ANGELES (CBS) — An ordinance mandating adult video stars to wear condoms on shoots in the city of Los Angeles goes into effect Monday.

The measure, which was backed by Los Angeles-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), was signed into law on Jan. 24.

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Details regarding implementing the “City of Los Angeles Safer Sex In The Adult Film Industry Act” are still being worked out, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Meantime, supporters of a similar measure for Los Angeles County continue to collect signatures in order to get the initiative on the November 2012 ballot.

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If passed, the measure would require adult film producers to obtain a public health permit and pay a permit fee that would cover the cost of enforcement, the AHF says.

On its website, the organization reports that backers have gotten over 120,000 signatures — that’s more than half of the signatures needed.

The adult film industry opposes the measure, saying it conducts extensive testing and performers should be able to choose whether they use condoms.

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