Friday, February 15, 2013

Bill that expunges human trafficking records passes Committee

OKLAHOMA CAPITOL -- House Bill 1058, authored by State Rep. Sally Kern, was passed by the Public Safety Committee last week. 

The bill passed the Public Safety Committee on a 10-0 vote. The bill would allow those kidnapped and forced into human sex trafficking who have had a charge or conviction of prostitution filed against them to have their record expunged from law enforcement and court records. 

House Bill 1058 will now move to the House for approval. 

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