Laws to crack down on sex trafficking not enough, state senator says

By Justin DiCharia

BATON ROUGE — Since 2014, the Louisiana has enacted eight laws to crack down on the state’s pandemic of human sex trafficking. State Sen. Beth Mizell of Franklinton, doesn’t see that record as sufficient.

On the second-to-last day of the Legislature’s second special session, Republican freshman Mizell offered a resolution to recommit the Joint Human Trafficking Study Commission, whose research spanned those eight laws after it terminated in 2014.

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