Massachusetts authorities arrested 29 would-be johns from big cities and tony suburbs in a series of human trafficking stings aimed at curbing demand for an underground sex trade that’s sweeping the state, the Boston Herald reports. “To effectively combat human trafficking, we must reduce demand and hold sex buyers accountable. Pimps and traffickers rely on the basic principles of economics — supply and demand. If there are . . .
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