California’s Proposition 35 against human trafficking

During the November 2012 elections, California’s voters overwhelmingly approved proposition 35 which would greatly increase penalties in prison and fines for human sex traffickers, expand the definition of human trafficking to make convictions easier, and significantly increase funding and training for law enforcement across California to fight human trafficking.

This chart summarizes the increased penalties of Proposition 35.  Read here for more details.



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