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Bill calls for new $1,000 penalty on those guilty of human trafficking

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Bill calls for new $1,000 penalty on those guilty of human trafficking

By O. Kay Henderson The Iowa House has approved changes the Iowa Senate made to a bill that toughens penalities for human trafficking. The bill also would allow prosecutors to ask a court to declare teenagers caught up in prostitution rings to be classified as “children in need of assistance” rather than forcing prosecutors to charge the teens with […]

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