Blumenthal wants Craigslist crackdown

State Attorney General Richard Blumenthal is asking for tougher measures to prevent prostitution on the website Craigslist.Blumenthal says the site made $36 million from prostitution

HARTFORD - State Attorney General Richard Blumenthal is asking for tougher measures to prevent prostitution on the website Craigslist.

Blumenthal says the site made $36 million from prostitution advertising.

He says the website also enables human trafficking and child exploitation.

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