Massage parlors that are fronts for prostitution have opened in Louisville suburbs as local government failed to regulate them or prosecute their workers aggressively, says the Louisville Courier-Journal. Raking in what police believe has been millions of dollars by selling sex, most parlors knew when workers were arrested, the odds of a prostitution conviction were slim. Twelve of every 13 massage parlor workers charged with prostitution a few years ago either had their cases dismissed or were allowed to plead guilty to amended charges. Things have changed recently. The Louisville metro government is battling this form of prostitution . . .
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