Senate District 11
Teresa Fedor
 
 
Fedor: National Report Card Shows Ohio Not Doing Enough to Protect Child Sex Trafficking Victims
November 20, 2019
Today, Shared Hope International, a non-profit working to eradicate sex trafficking, released their ninth annual state report cards evaluating child trafficking laws. Ohio received a “C” for the eighth consecutive year. State Sen. Teresa Fedor (D-Toledo) issued the following statement:

“Ohio is doing an ‘average’ job of protecting children from sex trafficking. That’s unacceptable. Human trafficking prevention is a priority for legislative leaders on both sides of the aisle, and it’s time we step up for our children.
 
“We must pass the Protect Trafficking Minors Act, Senate Bill 13, which is currently pending in the House. This bill prioritizes rescuing trafficking victims over arresting them. Lawmakers must work harder to protect our children and improve our grade.”


 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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