Grades for the Weakest Anti-Sex Trafficking States

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LISTEN NOW! CBN shares about a recent survey done regarding all 50 states and their position on Sex Trafficking. Shared Hope International, an anti-trafficking non-profit, takes a comprehensive look at a state’s code of laws regarding Sex Trafficking in the United States. In a CBN interview, Samantha Vardaman, Senior Director at Shared Hope, shares how when these studies first began, 26 states were graded as an F. Now, there are only 4 states with an F grading. It is an encouraging reality to know how these injustices are not only being addressed but talked about and responded to. Find out the details of these studies, how states are responding, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: CBN, Louisiana, Detroit, prisons, Exodus Cry, and Operation Underground Railroad. John, Pat, and Steve shared in this segment.
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