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Helping You Make an Informed Choice

As a prosecutor who has spent over a decade fighting human trafficking, I’ve seen the terrible human toll of sex trafficking in California. Every day, women and children are forced to sell their bodies, on the streets and online, for the financial gain of human traffickers. I have helped to create and lead the first […]

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It’s Halftime Here.

We’re half way to our signature goal. Voters are signing the CASE Act at record speed, pushing forward our signature deadline to FEBRUARY 29, 2012. While our paid campaign is flying, our volunteer signatures are lagging. Clint Eastwood talked about America’s halftime in his Superbowl ad.

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Let’s Catch Up to Georgia!

After fighting for four years to get this legislation to pass, Georgia’s tough anti-human trafficking law has been put into practice. The new law has tough penalties for violators including the following: -25-year minimum sentence for perpetrators caught using coercion trafficking a child under 18 years old.

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Powerful Letter from Sacramento Police Association

On Friday, 50-year-old Paul “Yoshi” Moore from Sacramento pleaded guilty to sex trafficking of 3 underage girls. According to US Attorney’s Office,  two other defendants – Kevin Hawkins and Timothy Lee – were involved in selling these young girls through the internet to pedophiles and other sex predators. Since this case was prosecuted at the […]

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Going Undercover with the Oakland Police

Two weeks ago, I went on an undercover operation in Oakland. We were on International Blvd., where I drove by often when residing there. We even passed by my favorite taco truck. While I was aware that youths were being sold for sex on the streets, I didn’t imagine the magnitude. There were girls all […]

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