Michigan is reportedly the only state in the US which has a law giving police immunity from prosecution if they have sex with prostitutes during an investigation. Bridgette Carr, a director of the Human Trafficking Clinic at the University of Michigan Law School, is now working with Representative Gary Glenn to draft a bill to get rid of the law.
The bill was signed into law last week.
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The U.S. Senate recently passed legislation aimed at strengthening U.S. security along the Canadian border, protecting Michigan ports and stifling human trafficking. The bill, the Northern Border Security Review Act. is now headed for debate … Read More »