MT Lowdown Podcast – Episode 20: Rep. Kim Dudik on her run for attorney general

Four-term Rep. Kimberly Dudik was the first Democrat to throw her hat into the ring to replace outgoing Republican Attorney General Tim Fox. Hear her take on why she thinks she’s the right person for the job.

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Legislation aims to crack down on “illicit massage parlors” in effort to expand trafficking investigations

Montana’s prostitution statutes don’t criminalize the buying or selling of non-penetrative sex. That means the state’s “illicit massage parlors,” as they’re referred to by law enforcement, weren’t breaking the law if workers provided sexual activity that didn’t involve penetration. A bill aims to change that by broadening the law to include “sexual contact that is direct and not through clothing” to the already prohibited exchange of sexual intercourse.

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