Sen. Young: Indiana a 'National Model' in Combating Human Trafficking

On Thursday, Senator Todd Young (R-IN) spotlighted Indiana's work to combat and curb human trafficking during a hearing of the Senate's Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee.

The senator delivered the following remarks:

“Our state has done some incredible path breaking work with respect to addressing this issue. It’s really regarded, I think, by many states, as a national model. The Indiana Protection for Abused and Trafficked Humans Taskforce (IPATH) has been an ongoing initiative to study the problem and come up with a way to address it across jurisdictions of government with various other stakeholders around Indiana.”

(This story was originally published on July 13, 2017)


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