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A 'Relic' And 'Burden': Manhattan District Attorney To Stop Prosecuting Prostitution

Protesters gather in New York City in February 2019 to advocate for the decriminalization of sex trades in the city and state. The Manhattan District Attorney's Office announced more than two years later it would stop prosecuting prostitution and seek the dismissal of hundreds of related cases dating back decades. (Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images)
Protesters gather in New York City in February 2019 to advocate for the decriminalization of sex trades in the city and state. The Manhattan District Attorney's Office announced more than two years later it would stop prosecuting prostitution and seek the dismissal of hundreds of related cases dating back decades. (Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images)

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