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McKenna calls for crackdown on human trafficking

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CHICAGO, IL-Washington State's attorney general has unveiled a nationwide campaign to crack down on human trafficking.

Rob McKenna Thursday became president of the National Association of Attorneys Generals, currently meeting in Chicago.

  McKenna's presidential initiative to combat human trafficking calls for stiffer punishment of traffickers and better protection of victims of sexual exploitation.

 The presidential initiative encourages attorneys general across the country to speak out against human trafficking and push for tougher punishments within their states.

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