Just published in both the NY Times and on NBCnews.com.
From the NY Times story: “Mr. Banks, of the Legal Aid Society, said in an interview that the new system was ‘an extremely important step forward nationally’ to set up courts where people accused of prostitution and prostitution-related offenses can be connected to programs that offer what he called “a pathway to change.”
Do you think the province of BC or other jurisdictions within Canada should pursue a similar path? What are your thoughts?
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