This could set the tone for the nation. If this bill passes, it’s only a matter of time before the domino effect takes place.
“The reason I want to do it, in a nutshell, is I do not think the criminalization of sex workers has worked for the District of Columbia,” Grosso said in an interview with DCist earlier this week. “Arresting our way out of the problem is not the solution. The approach should be a harm reduction and human rights approach.”