Gov. Inslee signs bills improving protection for sex assault, trafficking at Federal Way City Hall Friday

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Gov. Jay Inslee signed bills into law improving protection for sexual assault and human trafficking victims Friday at Federal Way City Hall council chambers. Among the bills signed were HB 1079, which created a no-contact order for human trafficking and promoting prostitution-related offenses and HB 1543 protecting parental rights of sexual assault victims who have children as a consequence and limiting the rights of the perpetrators. Jessica Keller, the Mirror

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