Bill Targeting Human Trafficking Passes Georgia House: Moves to Senate

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A bill cracking down on human trafficking has passed the Georgia House of Representatives and will now move to the Senate for approval.  The legislation, HB 200,  increases penalties for those guilty of human trafficking, especially if the victims are less than 16 years old.  Further provisions are made for victims who have suffered as a result of forced prostitution.

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  1. I haven’t seen any reporting about the likelihood of this bill coming out of the Senate. Any thoughts?

    Thanks,
    Chris