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Strip Clubs Post Trafficking Warning Signs

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    December 31, 2015
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Here’s the new way strip clubs in Florida are starting their New Year.  According to this article, strip clubs post trafficking warning signs beginning January 1…

Joe Redner owns Mons Venus.  He said, “We put them up immediately after they passed the law. We go to all the government adult business meetings where we learn what to do and what to look for. If it stops people from being slaves, we’re for it.”Tampa] is one of the top destination spots in Florida,As a person who goes around communities raising awareness and training folks on this issue, I am finding a tremendous amount of people still don’t know about human trafficking.  Women come up to me crying, a lot of them elderly, saying that happened to them years and years ago and didn’t realize they were victims.”

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