I wrote back in 2008, that Ohio has no human trafficking law. On Decebmber 23, 2010, over two years later, Ohio finally passed legislation that makes human trafficking a felony in that state.
Toledo, Ohio, is the third-largest city for human trafficking and sexual slavery in the United States; just recently a Somalian sex trafficking ring was busted in Columbus. The Buckeye State is known for football, chili, and the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame. It now finds itself among the several states in America that have been confronted with the horror of human trafficking.
via Human Trafficking: A Billion-Dollar Industry – Associated Content from Yahoo! – associatedcontent.com.
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This is great, but we’d also like to know how many states actually have Human Trafficking laws, and what do they entail? Where could we find this information?
Good question. I’ll have to do some research.