Ohio fourth in nation for human trafficking cases, new federal rules aimed at reducing number

WDTN - 28 days ago

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DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Ohio has the fourth highest number of cases of human trafficking in the nation with 219 cases reported in 2018. President Trump signed the “No Human Trafficking on Our Roads Act” in 2018. As a result the U.S. Department of transportation took action this week, creating new rules within the act. This new action targets drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles (CMVs), and prevents them from ever operating a CMV again if they are convicted of human trafficking with a CMV.

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Cindy Houts - 27 days ago
so many words could be said about this and none of them good smh
Mary Garrett - 27 days ago
Yes

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