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What do sex workers think of the Conservatives prostitution bill?

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Federal justice Minister Peter Mackay says a new bill is aimed at ending prostitution in Canada, and keeping vulnerable women safe. However, a women who works with sex workers in Prince George says no matter what happens, things probably won't change for her clients. Jan Wilson is with the Prince George New Hope Society, and she's been asking sex workers in the city want they think of the possible changes to the law. Listen to her interview below:

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