How does your state rank in anti-trafficking laws?

Just as the State Department releases the annual Trafficking in Persons report highlighting the world’s progress on human trafficking awareness and laws, the Polaris Project has now evaluated all 50 states and the District of Columbia based on the human trafficking laws in the state. “Passing strong state laws is a critical step to increasing prosecutions of traffickers and providing local support for survivors,” said Mary Ellison, Polaris Project’s Director of Policy. Read the report: 2012 State Ratings on Human Trafficking Laws.

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  1. Howard Roark says:

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