MA: House approves bill on human trafficking

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June 2, 2011
Boston Globe    
Posted in LAND News, News, PND News

"The arrest of a Dorchester man last month on charges that he kidnapped a 15-year-old girl and forced her into prostitution highlights a problem that has been addressed more aggressively in all but a handful of other states: human trafficking. Yesterday, the Massachusetts House unanimously approved a bill that would have the state join 46 others in banning human trafficking. The bill calls for treating some minors who are arrested for prostitution as victims instead of criminals." [editor's note: About time they shifted that priority to attack exploitation of children; now if they could just stop harassing the CONSENTING ADULTS, in this and other areas ... - SAT] (06/02/11)  

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