Rep. Brent Crane, R-Nampa, joins advocates against human trafficking and a handful of other lawmakers at a Statehouse news conference to announce planned legislation.
Rep. Brent Crane, R-Nampa, joins advocates against human trafficking and a handful of other lawmakers at a Statehouse news conference to announce planned legislation. Betsy Z. Russell The Spokesman-Review
Rep. Brent Crane, R-Nampa, joins advocates against human trafficking and a handful of other lawmakers at a Statehouse news conference to announce planned legislation. Betsy Z. Russell The Spokesman-Review

Bill would make seeking out a prostitute a felony, in push against human trafficking

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