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No One Has Been Charged Since Conn. Child Prostitution Law Went Into Effect In 201303:18
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Connecticut state officials say about 2,000 people pay for child prostitutes in Connecticut every year, but no one in the state has been charged with soliciting child prostitutes under a felony-level law that took effect in 2013.

WSHU reporter Davis Dunavin reports. Read the full story on WSHU's website

This segment aired on January 17, 2017.

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