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St. Louis One of the Worse for Human Trafficking

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    December 4, 2015
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Human trafficking needs to be dealt with more aggressively in Missouri says the House Trafficking Committee. The FBI considers St. Louis to be one of the worse cities in America when it comes to human trafficking…

The Chair of the Committee, Elijah Haahr says the state must do a better job:  “Other issues like education and crime, those problems have risen up and the trafficking issue took to the back burner. Now what we’re trying to do is get caught up and find the areas that are weak and find what other states are doing to combat the issue to make sure we can get it back in the forefront.”

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