The California Women’s Law Center supports three separate bills as part of a comprehensive legislative package to address the complex issue of human trafficking introduced by Assemblymembers Miguel Santiago (D-Los Angeles), Nora Campos (D-San Jose), and Shirley N. Weber (D-San Diego). Citing the dual needs to address this issue on all fronts, including both sex and labor trafficking, this package takes a three-pronged approach to better identify and protect the victims of modern-day slavery.
All Introduced February 2, 2016
AB 1760: In committee, held under submission May 27, 2016
AB 1761: Approved by the Governor September 26, 2016
AB 1762: Vetoed by the Governor September 26, 2016
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