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Hawaii legislation would help victims exit sex trade with $2,000 per month

  • CONTRIBUTED KHARA JABOLA-CAROLUS
                                <strong>“Everyone can agree that people who want to stop prostituting themselves should be able to do so immediately.”</strong>
                                <strong>Khara Jabola Carolus </strong>
                                <em>Executive director of the Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women</em>

    CONTRIBUTED KHARA JABOLA-CAROLUS

    “Everyone can agree that people who want to stop prostituting themselves should be able to do so immediately.”

    Khara Jabola Carolus

    Executive director of the Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women

Victims of sex trafficking in Hawaii would receive $2,000 a month to leave the life in what proponents call the first pilot project of its kind through a bill in the Legislature. Read more

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