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A model ban in Mexico's capital

MEXICO CITY - They are a common feature at government and corporate events across Mexico: Young female models in high heels and tight clothing whose primary function seems to be to serve as eye candy.

For years, the employment of edecanes, or hostesses, has angered feminists who say the practice is sexist and objectifies women.

Now authorities in the leftist bastion of Mexico City

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