Child Trafficking Laws Receive Low Grade

Interstate 65 is one of the major corridors modern-day slave traders use to shuttle victims from one location to another. In a national report card released today, Kentucky’s laws relating to child sex trafficking received a D on a scale of A to F, with A being the highest grade and F being the lowest. The study found that Kentucky takes a tough stance on human traffickers, but the penalties levied against people who pay for sex acts with minors are low, and “significant gaps” exist in laws that provide protective provisions for victims.