Governor Spitzer signed an anti-human trafficking law on June 6th. NOW-NYC campaigned for the law and wants local publications to stop taking “adult” ads for what they call “modern-day slavery.” We’ll hear from NOW-NYC’s president, as well as blogger and former sex worker Audacia Ray who saw prostitution as a legitimate way to make a living. Writer Pete Hamill discusses New York during the Depression and today. Also, the week in politics, and a call-in on the effectiveness of the military's "don't ask don't tell" policy.
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