How States Are Changing Sex-Trafficking Prosecution

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Sex traffickers seek out vulnerable, unhappy teens, including runaways. Sometimes, young women already in the trade become recruiters themselves, approaching other vulnerable girls and offering them what seems like an exciting life. The new recruit comprehends the reality of her new situation too late.  It’s a pattern that’s repeated daily around the world, fueling fuel a global industry that may generate up to $100 billion annually, and it’s created a hidden epidemic affecting hundreds of thousands of . . .

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