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State Legislators to Discuss Human Trafficking at Meeting Being Held Tonight in Grand Blanc

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The Genesee County Human Trafficking Task Force and Genesee County Medical Society will host a meeting tonight to discuss the issue of human trafficking in Flint and Genesee County.

The meeting will focus on identifying victims of sex and labor trafficking and also on recognizing victims of human trafficking in the health care field. State Senator Judy Emmons, who has lead the charge against human trafficking throughout the state, will be speaking on 19 pieces of human trafficking legislation. State Senators Jim Ananich and Dave Robertson will be in attendance as well.

The meeting will be held at the Grand Blanc High School in the cafeteria beginning at 7:15 p.m.

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