“Ohio is a buyer’s market” sounds good, until you realize the buyers are “johns” and they’re buying girls as young as 11 years old for sex.
Ohio has made strides in rooting out human trafficking, but not enough is being done to curtail the demand side of sex for sale, said Linda Smith, head of Shared Hope International, a group that focuses on young trafficking victims. Read on at Columbus Dispatch...
Statehouse Leaders Focus On Human Trafficking Concerns
Watch this report on 10TV.com from an awareness event Friday at the Statehouse.