NO on Assembly Bill 67
THE WRONG LAW AIMED AT THE WRONG PEOPLE
An analysis of 2013 Nevada Sex Trafficking Bill, AB67 reveals failed policy:
1) Too broadly written
If you really care about sex trafficking victims, we must stop conflating consensual adult sex with child sex slavery.
2) Hidden agenda
If you really want to help victims of sex trafficking, we shouldn’t let government and NGOs benefit off their victimization.
3) Unintended consequences
If you really want to stop sex trafficking, very little in this bill will work because most of it has unintended consequences that causes further harm to already vulnerable people.
Read Nevada Assembly Bill 67 as proposed here: AB 67
In its current form, Nevada Sex Trafficking Bill AB67 causes more harm than good by defining innocent people as sex traffickers, making certain defenses not available in a prosecution, and providing financial benefit to those outside the affected population. Where are the rights? We need real protection of vulnerable people from human rights abuses, not further abuse under the guise of protection.
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