State police in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio are raising awareness this week about human trafficking.
The Attorney General's office released its first-ever report on human trafficking Wednesday.
Officials say Indiana is a “hub” for human sex trafficking because of the large sporting events it often hosts.
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The new regulations are legislators’ latest effort to reduce human trafficking in the state.
The bill aims to speed up the rescue of child victims of human trafficking.
The Indy 500 and other large events tend to boost demand for sex, which, in turn, increases sex trafficking.
Indiana's attorney general and a group of bi-partisan lawmakers say new legislation will improve life for Hoosiers.
The ordinance would require adult entertainers to obtain a license in order to do business or be hired by a club.