For some background on the film, which streams free this week, read my Monday blog post and take a look at my recent column on the topic.
Beiser is co-chair of the Demand Reduction subcommittee for the Washington Statewide Coordinating Committee on Trafficking.
A second MFS merino genetic comparison trial has commenced with the even up shearing completed on Wednesday the 6th May 2015.
This years trial is being held at Caringo (click to view MAP).
Val Richey, a senior deputy prosecutor with King County. Kohl-Welles is the Legislature’s leading voice on policy related to combating sex trafficking.
Richey handles most of the county’s felony prostitution-related cases and recently joined with a team of local officials and community organizations to kick off the “Buyer Beware” program to reduce demand. Washington was the first state in the nation to pass anti-human trafficking laws.