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TOPEKA — A measure that would strengthen state laws against human trafficking cleared the Kansas Legislature Thursday without a single vote against it.
The bill, which the House approved unanimously on Monday before the Senate’s action Thursday, creates new crimes related to human trafficking, toughens some existing laws and requires truck drivers to take training on spotting the practice. Sam Brownback’s office didn’t say whether he would sign it, but communications director Melika Willoughby said in an email that Brownback “has long fought against human trafficking.” The bill, proposed by Attorney General Derek Schmidt, would prohibit using communication devices to facilitate human trafficking or knowingly selling travel services connected with human trafficking.
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To help spot trafficking, the bill would also require that truck drivers get training to help them notice signs of human trafficking in order to get or renew a commercial license.
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