Protesters of child sex trafficking rallied outside the Washington state Supreme Court in Olympia, Wash., in 2014, when the court was hearing a case filed by three victims who say the website Backpage.com helps promote the exploitation of children.
Protesters of child sex trafficking rallied outside the Washington state Supreme Court in Olympia, Wash., in 2014, when the court was hearing a case filed by three victims who say the website Backpage.com helps promote the exploitation of children. Rachel La Corte Associated Press
Protesters of child sex trafficking rallied outside the Washington state Supreme Court in Olympia, Wash., in 2014, when the court was hearing a case filed by three victims who say the website Backpage.com helps promote the exploitation of children. Rachel La Corte Associated Press

It’s clear Backpage.com would rather fight with Senate than stop sex trafficking

February 10, 2016 07:42 PM