Anti-Trafficking CASE Act Could Appear on CA November Ballot

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SAN FRANCISCO -- The campaign behind the Californians Against Sexual Exploitation (CASE) Act announced in a webcast Tuesday night that they have collected and will submit more than 873,000 signatures to put the measure on the California ballot in November. The CASE Act would increase prison terms and fines for human traffickers, require convicted sex traffickers to register as sex offenders and disclose their Internet accounts, require training for law enforcement officers, and prohibit the use of the sexual history of trafficked victims in court.

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