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June 13, 2018
"I do think we still have much further to go with recognizing the signs of human trafficking and we can be doing that in our casinos, in our hotel industry,  in our transportation industry. I do commend the sponsor, but I want to be clear,  that we still have a long way to go when it comes to addressing the epidemic of human trafficking, not only throughout this country, but right here at home in New York State," said Assemblyman Matthew Titone, who voted in favor of legislation that states a person is guilty of sex trafficking of a child if he or she is 21-years-or-older and intentionally profits from another person who is younger than 18-years-old.  (A.6823-C)