With $1M, state agency intensifies fight against sex trafficking of minors

  • Article by: PAUL WALSH , Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 27, 2014 - 8:04 PM

The sex trafficking of minors is getting intensified attention in Minnesota and on the biggest of national stages this week, namely Tuesday’s State of the Union address, officials said Monday.

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wankerliftJan. 27, 1412:51 PM

If Dayton wants to have the SuperBowl to come to Minneapolis they are going to have to look the other way during that SuperBowl event.

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eman2001Jan. 27, 14 1:21 PM

Million here, million there, pretty soon we're talking real money. Kids need to stay home with mom and dad and do what they say.

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buca98Jan. 27, 14 2:16 PM

Maybe it's time to publicly shame these pigs who prey on minors.

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deporthoJan. 27, 14 4:03 PM

How about deporting the human traffickers rather than playing catch and release so they can run around and abuse some more?

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badgerstaterJan. 27, 14 6:48 PM

Error! When it says "With $1 million in funding from the state Department of Human Services" it really means "With $1 million in funding from TAXPAYERS." Government bureaucrats can only use taxpayer money for their projects but, unfortunately, the piddly taxpayer never gets any credit.

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wardnjuneJan. 27, 14 6:50 PM

A million dollars to these organizations is like 100 million. They are so used to operating on shoe-string budgets, they will know how to use this money wisely. Thanks to all of them for the work they do and the safety they provide to these children. I don't know how anyone could be critical of this.

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