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Tue February 5, 2013
Stateside: Michigan's Attorney General talks about human trafficking
The following is a summary of a previously recorded interview. To hear the complete segment, click the audio above.
When you hear the term "human trafficking" and let yourself think about what that entails, you might think of it as something that happens overseas, perhaps in exotic places.
You would be very wrong.
Human trafficking happens in the United States, and it is happening right here in the Great Lakes State.
Michigan’s Attorney General Bill Schuette says you can bet that human beings are being sold for profit in our state, and he’s marshaling his resources to fight back against human trafficking.
We spoke with him today.