A growing sex industry in Rome has led to a debate about how the city should respond, with some officials saying, "if you can't beat it, then let's manage it."
A controversial new plan proposed in Rome seeks to create designated streets for the purpose of prostitution to keep it out of the eyes of the general public, where it is now. Washington Post Berlin Bureau Chief Anthony Faiola, who wrote a piece about the issue for the Post, recently joined HuffPost Live to discuss.
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