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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.

This segment aired on June 4, 2014.

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