The State OAG of Masachusetts, Martha Coakley, reacted to Polaris Project’s report informing that Massachusetts is one of only four states that does not have an anti-trafficking law in the books.  Hopefully the momentum will continue. 

“This report highlights the fact that Massachusetts is well behind the rest of the nation in our laws to combat human trafficking. The passage of a human trafficking law would give us the tools to go after those who are exploiting children and other victims right in our own communities,” Coakley said in a statement released Monday.

Read the full article: http://www.patriotledger.com/news/cops_and_courts/x865771117/Quincy-sex-slave-case-factor-in-push-for-human-trafficking-law

 
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