CWA of Georgia Testifies in Opposition to Decriminalizing Prostitution

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The Senate Judiciary Committee heard testimony on March 8, 2010, concerning S.B. 304, a bill that would decriminalize prostitution for minors in Georgia. Sen. Preston Smith, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, heard testimony from more than fifteen people who stood in support or opposition to the bill. Tanya Ditty, State Director for Concerned Women for America of Georgia testified in opposition to the bill. Click here to read her testimony.

After more than two hours of heated debate, Sen. Smith did not call for vote on the bill. At this time, the bill still remains in the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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