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Lawmakers want signs posted

February 19, 2013
The Associated Press

HONOLULU (AP) - Hawaii representatives are pushing forward a bill that would require certain businesses to post signs with information on resources for victims of human trafficking.

The bill would require massage parlors, large farms, hospital emergency rooms and certain alcoholic establishments to post the signs.

The House committees on the judiciary and consumer protection approved the measure earlier this month.

Anti-trafficking organizations say they strongly support the bill.

 
 

 

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