Bill would increase human trafficking penalties

TIFFANY L. PARKS | Daily Reporter
Published: 01/16/2014

On the heels of the Kasich administration unveiling a new human trafficking awareness campaign, a House bill crafted to take a comprehensive approach to combating the modern-day form of slavery gained movement in the Senate.

House Bill 130, known as the End Demand Act, is sponsored by Rep. Teresa Fedor and would establish standards concerning criminal penalties, parental rights and sexual activity advertisements.

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