Courts & Crime

September 12, 2011

Kansas human trafficking law falls short, Polaris Project says

A national anti-trafficking organization is giving Kansas low marks on state efforts to police human trafficking, but Missouri fares much better. Even though Kansas' governor and attorney general have been strong voices against trafficking, an analysis by the Polaris Project found that the state still lacks the full arsenal of laws considered "critical to a comprehensive anti-trafficking effort."

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