A 1728 A 2123
A 1728: Expands duties of Commission on Human Trafficking to prevent human trafficking in women and children of color.
A 2123: Requires Attorney General to establish educational and public information program concerning State and federal crimes of human trafficking; appropriates $75,000.

A 1728 (Speight, Reynolds-Jackson, McKnight) A 2123 (Munoz): NJEA supports the abolition of all forms of human trafficking. We believe that the acquisition of people by improper means with the aim of exploiting them is a violation of the civil rights of all children, youth, and women. These bills are an important step in the fight to end human trafficking and will help ensure that those most vulnerable in our society are protected.

We urge you to support A 1728, A 2123.