Village Voice Media GC Clashes with State AGs Over Prostitution Ads

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Washington State attorney general Rob McKenna lashed out at Elizabeth McDougall, general counsel of Village Voice Media Holdings, labeling her a hypocrite for saying her company is an ally in the fight against human trafficking.

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  • Chili

    McDougall is right. The more these guys post their activities in the open, the easier it is to catch them.

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