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Canada's Prostitution Bill Opposed by Both Sides

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The bill addresses issues with the old laws that abolitionists and those seeking decriminalization found problematic. But taken in its entirety, both sides of this reform effort are worried it will worsen dangers and force some women into a "darker market."

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