Alabama lawmakers take steps to fight human trafficking

Alabama lawmakers take steps to fight human trafficking
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     3 THAT PARTICULAR DROP OFF LOCATION AT THE NORTH PRECINCT IS ONLY OPEN DURING OFFICE HOURS HOWEVER THE MAIN STATION WHERE THE JAIL IS IS AVAILABLE 24/7. PUTTING THE VALLEY FIRST IM KAYLA CARLILE WZDX NEWS. 3 IT'S BEING CALLED A BILLION-DOLLAR INDUSTRY WORLDWIDE ---- WE'RE TALKING ABOUT HUMAN TRAFFICKING . ALABAMA LAWMAKERS SAY THEY'VE TAKEN MAJOR STEPS TO FIGHT IT. DURING THE LEGISLATIVE SESSION - SEVERAL BILLS WERE PASSED DEALING WITH THE ISSUE. ONE OF THOSE BILLS REQUIRES NEWLY-LICENSED COMMERCIAL TRUCK DRIVERS TO UNDERGO INDUSTRY-SPECIFIC HUMAN TRAFFICKING TRAINING. 3 What we're trying to do is provide education to various industries that can be the first responders when it comes to human trafficking. 3 THIS PACKAGE OF BILLS IS HEADED TO GOVERNOR IVEY'S DESK. 3 THE SEARCH FOR A
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