Conflict & Justice

Canadian prostitution law

A judge in Canada has struck down key parts of the country's federal anti-prostitution laws, stating that the laws meant to protect prostitutes actually harm them. The ruling could pave the way for legalized brothels among other things. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Terri-Jean Bedford, a self-described dominatrix and one of the litigants in the case.

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