WFSU News: Sex Trafficking Victims Could Sue Hotels Under Senate Proposal

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From WFSU News:

A bill that would allow sex-trafficking survivors to sue hotels that turn a blind eye to their abuse is moving in the Florida Senate. Some lawmakers worry that Senate Bill 1044 would create a new area of the law – or grounds for fraud. But this week, as Margie Menzel reports, the testimony of four survivors moved the Senate Committee on Children, Families and Elder Affairs to a unanimous vote in favor of the measure.

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