Meredith Dank

Urban Institute's Justice Policy Center

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A new study of the sex trade in eight US cities sheds some light on a business that’s conducted mostly in the dark.

State of the Sex Trade

A new study of the sex trade in eight US cities sheds some light on a business that’s conducted mostly in the dark.

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