Marissa Castellanos, who works to rescue victims of human trafficking, said Wednesday in Frankfort she hoped a proposed new law would help identify more victims in Kentucky.
Marissa Castellanos, who works to rescue victims of human trafficking, said Wednesday in Frankfort she hoped a proposed new law would help identify more victims in Kentucky. Lexington Herald-Leader
Marissa Castellanos, who works to rescue victims of human trafficking, said Wednesday in Frankfort she hoped a proposed new law would help identify more victims in Kentucky. Lexington Herald-Leader

Bill would add heft to Kentucky human-trafficking law

February 01, 2012 07:46 PM

UPDATED December 26, 2014 05:13 PM

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