Several State Legislatures Introduce Human Trafficking Bills in 2013

 Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing criminal industries in the world, according to the Polaris Project. In 2013, 170 human trafficking bills were introduced by state legislatures. Of those, 53 were enacted, while 70 are still pending. 

State Net has prepared a summary of 2013 human trafficking legislation.

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Attachment: 2013 State Net-Human Trafficking Sept 2013.doc