Conn. leaders take stand against sex trafficking

Protesters in D.C., London, and New York have

Protesters in D.C., London, and New York have been fighting to bring awareness to the kidnapped Nigerian victims. (Credit: News 12)

State leaders are pushing for federal human trafficking laws similar to those of Connecticut.

Connecticut leaders say that trafficking is still very much a problem in our own backyard, but the kidnapping of more than 200 girls in Nigeria last month brings to light the global concern.

Rep. Rosa DeLauro says that Connecticut has paved the way for the country's battle against child sex...

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