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Sex worker advocate Terri-Jean Bedford raises her arms in victory during a press conference in Toronto, Ont. Monday, March 26, 2012., after Ontario's top court ruled in favour of legalizing brothels. (Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail/Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail)
Sex worker advocate Terri-Jean Bedford raises her arms in victory during a press conference in Toronto, Ont. Monday, March 26, 2012., after Ontario's top court ruled in favour of legalizing brothels. (Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail/Kevin Van Paassen/The Globe and Mail)

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In its landmark Bedford decision this week, the Ontario Court of Appeal struck down two major prostitution laws (and left one alone). The Crown is almost certain to appeal to the Supreme Court. <b>Globe and Mail justice reporter Kirk Makin breaks down the points in the decision that will be central to the continuing debate</b>

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