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Legal Prostitution One Step Closer

Those in favour of legalizing prostitution took a giant step forward today, when the Supreme Court ruled laws against prostitution are unconstitutional. The decision gives Ottawa one year to write new laws. Joining Here and Now to explain why they felt current laws left prostitutes vulnerable was Chanelle Gallant. She's Communications & Community Engagement co-ordinator for Maggie's: The Toronto Sex Workers Action Project Listen audio (runs 5:26)

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