Saturday, May 14, 2011

#4 of 10 (things to do to stop Sex Trafficking)

    4. Support new or better state and local anti-trafficking laws. Many states already have anti-trafficking laws, but some don't. Check to see if there are anti-trafficking laws in your state. Help strengthen state and local laws in your area by contacting your Governor, Senator or Representative. As a voter (or soon-to-be voter), you have the power to demand your representatives follow an abolitionist agenda. And remember, many voices asking for the same changes are powerful- consider a letter-writing campaign.

This is becoming more and more talked about in our government. We need to be involved in grass root of this. To just pass some laws does nothing but to be continually involved in the abolishment of sex trafficking does!

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