Missouri Bill Would Raise Awareness Of Human Trafficking - KOAM TV 7

Missouri Bill Would Raise Awareness Of Human Trafficking


    You might see posters advertising the national human trafficking hotline at a number of Missouri businesses.
    State lawmakers have passed a bill to that would require places including truck stops, bus stations, strip clubs, airports and some hotels to hang the posters.
     Supporters say the goal is to increase victims' access to help and to increase public awareness of human trafficking.
     The bill still needs Governor Eric Greitens' signature.

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