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Kansas Attorney General Plans Campaign on Human Trafficking

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says his office is launching a statewide billboard campaign against human trafficking.  Schmidt says the goal of the campaign is to raise awareness about human trafficking and to encourage people to report suspicious activities. He says billboard ads will go up in the Kansas City, Topeka and Wichita markets.  Schmidt says the ads will run over the next 12 months and encourage people to report suspicious activities to the National Human Trafficking Resource Center.  The attorney general says Clear Channel Outdoors and Lamar Advertising are donating space on digital billboards.  Schmidt says awareness is an important part of combatting human trafficking.


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