Sat, Dec 3 2011 03:23
"...The National Association of Attorneys General... put the fight against human trafficking at the top of its agenda this year. The president of NAAG, Washington state Attorney General Rob McKenna, says there's a lot of work to be done:
'In our understanding of human trafficking, we are today about where we were with the problem of domestic violence about 40 years ago," he says — "low levels of awareness, low levels of law enforcement response, almost no services for victims.'"
Read the NPR article here.