Bipartisan legislation aimed at helping the victims of sex trafficking moved toward Senate passage Wednesday after lawmakers solved a partisan dispute over abortion that had sidetracked the bill for weeks.
Human trafficking continues to be a significant problem in the Garden State, and many experts say some victims are not able to get the long-term treatment they need because programs designed to help them are underfunded.
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