Boston Aims To Cut Prostitution By Targeting Customers



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Boston officials are aiming to cut prostitution by 20 percent in the next two years by targeting customers instead of prostitutes. The city is teaming up with Cambridge-based anti-human-trafficking group Demand Abolition to track people paying for sex.

Swanee Hunt, former U.S. ambassador to Austria and the head of Demand Abolition, joined WBUR’s Morning Edition.

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