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SB 0104 - Counties Must Post Human Trafficking Hotline Notice
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Tracking Level: Neutral
Sponsor: Donzella James (D)
Last Action: 5/8/2017 - Effective Date
Senate Committee: State Institutions and Property
House Committee: Judiciary Non-Civil
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Staff Analysis of the Legislation

This legislation requires counties to post notices regarding the human trafficking hotline in buildings owned or leased by the county that have public access, as well as provide a link to the GBI hotline notice on the homepage of their Web site.  If the government leases the property, then the notice shall be posted in restrooms that are exclusively used by the government entity.  It also distinguishes between first- and second-degree carjacking; addresses the unknowing possession of a fake insurance document; outlaws taking photos of person's "intimate parts" without their consent; and outlaws a new variation of synthetic marijuana.

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