WASHINGTON D.C. — A bill that would protect victims of sex trafficking has passed the Senate and is awaiting the president's signature.
The bipartisan measure was led by two Ohio lawmakers. The new law will hold internet sites accountable for hosting ads for sex trafficking.
A federal law passed more than two decades ago protecting web sites that hosted potentially illegal content.
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