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  • Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signs sex trafficking law

    A new law says people who advertise others for commercial sex can be prosecuted as traffickers. Victims can conceal their home addresses from public records.

A new law says people who advertise others for commercial sex can be prosecuted as traffickers. Victims can conceal their home addresses from public records. mcampbell@kcstar.com
A new law says people who advertise others for commercial sex can be prosecuted as traffickers. Victims can conceal their home addresses from public records. mcampbell@kcstar.com

Gov. Jay Nixon signs bill expanding penalties for sex trafficking

June 22, 2016 12:59 PM