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Sex Crimes legislation passes Wisconsin Senate

Two legislative bills designed to give law enforcement officials more ways to combat sex crimes in the future were passed by the State Senate Tuesday.  State Senator for the 1st District, Andre Jacque authored the legislation that addresses Human Trafficking and extends the statute of limitations for second-degree sexual assault from ten years to 20 years.  Senate bill 836 regarding Human Trafficking would ban anyone convicted of certain human trafficking or sex offenses from owning or operating adult establishments, and bans anyone under the age of 18 from working there.   The bill must pass the State Assembly and be signed into law by Governor Tony Evers.  You can read the complete bills below.

Senate Bill 836

Senate Bill 787

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