A pedestrian walks in front of a Honolulu Police Department station in Honolulu's tourist area of Waikiki. As Hawaii lawmakers considered a measure that would crack down on prostitution, the Honolulu Police Department requested a change that has shocked human trafficking experts and victims rights advocates: Police wanted it to remain legal for undercover officers to have sex with prostitutes.
A pedestrian walks in front of a Honolulu Police Department station in Honolulu's tourist area of Waikiki. As Hawaii lawmakers considered a measure that would crack down on prostitution, the Honolulu Police Department requested a change that has shocked human trafficking experts and victims rights advocates: Police wanted it to remain legal for undercover officers to have sex with prostitutes.
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published Friday, March 21st, 2014
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HONOLULU — Hawaii lawmakers on Friday vowed to restore a line in a bill that would make it illegal for police to have sex with prostitutes.

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