SUPER BOWL SEX TRAFFICKING: INDIANA LEADERS RACE TO PASS LEGISLATION BEFORE EVENT
INDIANAPOLIS (12/19/11)— Indiana political leaders are looking to fast-track sex-trafficking legislation before football fans flood Indianapolis for the Super Bowl.
Gov. Mitch Daniels, Attorney General Greg Zoeller, Logansport Republican Sen. Randy Head and other leaders say they want to arm prosecutors with more tools to combat an expected rise in prostitution that has accompanied the Super Bowl in other cities.
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