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Human Trafficking: Ohio’s Current Landscape

By Tabitha Woodruff

 January has been designated National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month since former President Barack Obama first proclaimed it in 2010. In December 2017, President Donald Trump continued the tradition with his own proclamation making January 2018 a month dedicated to raising awareness of human trafficking.

In Ohio, grassroots efforts have grown into extensive government action addressing this issue. Here, I will discuss the legal landscape of human trafficking in Ohio, the challenges the state still faces and the legal resources available to trafficking survivors.

MODERN DAY SLAVERY

Human trafficking is the illegal ownership and sale of human beings; in modern times it takes many different forms.

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