Continuing the Fight to Protect Children from Human Trafficking
Human trafficking, the second largest and fastest growing criminal enterprise in America, must be confronted and stopped. We must protect and help heal those who are swept up into this scourge on our society.
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Our bill, HB16-1224, was scheduled this week to be heard on March 8th in the House Public Health and Human Services committee. The bill would help victims of human trafficking, and those at risk, get at social services from their county departments by broadening the statutory definition of "child abuse or neglect" to include trafficking victims.
We invite you to join into the legislative process as we fight to protect and care for some of our most vulnerable Coloradans.
Student Data Protections Bill Soon to be Introduced
Our effort to safeguard our students by protecting the data collected as they progress through public school will be introduced into the House in the next few weeks. Here's a report on the effort from Chalkbeat Colorado.
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Read the complete Chalkbeat legislative round-up story here.
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