What law enforcement used to call pimping is now seen as human trafficking, and prostitutes are increasingly considered victims. These changes go beyond semantics — they signify what many argue is a more humane and effective response to prostitution.
Rep. Loretta Sanchez writes that while our government spends billions of dollars each year fighting slavery and human trafficking through our own borders, far too many victims are slipping through the cracks.
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