Mar 20, 2011 9:31 AM by AP
DENVER (AP) - The state Senate plans to work tomorrow on a bill that hopes to crackdown on prostitution by creating a statewide network of so-called "john schools." They would be scared-straight-type programs for men who solicit sex from adult prostitutes. Democratic Senate President Brandon Shaffer says he will also ask to increase fines for johns, which can be as low as $75, to $10,000.
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