Testimony on Human Trafficking Bill, Rhode Island Senate Judiciary Committee(2009)
In 2007, the Rhode Island General Assembly passed an anti-human trafficking law. To date, there have been no prosecutions. There are three serious problems with the present Rhode Island law that need to be remedied in order to effectively combat human trafficking.
- decriminalized prostitution,
- human trafficking,
- forced labor,
- sex trafficking,
- Rhode Island
Publication DateJune 11, 2009
Citation InformationHughes, Donna M. (2009, June 11). Testimony on An Act Relating to Criminal Offenses--Trafficking of Persons and Involuntary Servitude. Rhode Island: Citizens Against Trafficking.
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