Miss Lady, a former sex worker in Sacramento is trying to better herself. She attends college and would like to start a nonprofit to help girls off the street. "Some of them are scared to death to leave their pimp." State lawmakers have considered measures to confront human trafficking, and pondering whether prostitutes are criminals or victims. José Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee​
Miss Lady, a former sex worker in Sacramento is trying to better herself. She attends college and would like to start a nonprofit to help girls off the street. "Some of them are scared to death to leave their pimp." State lawmakers have considered measures to confront human trafficking, and pondering whether prostitutes are criminals or victims. José Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee​
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Bill would open confidential address program to human trafficking victims

March 02, 2017 7:00 AM

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