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Until now, Michigan was believed to be the only state in the country that still had a legal exemption for law enforcement officers who have intercourse with prostitutes during an undercover investigation. But thanks to the agitation of a University of Michigan law professor who he the school's Human Trafficking Clinic, bills to stop the practice were introduced earlier Single asian women in Decatur county Ohio year in both the House and Senate.
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