New NC law means school workers must be trained to spot signs of sex trafficking

“‘Justice will not be denied just because it’s delayed,’ Gov. Roy Cooper said at a ceremony in November where he signed the new legislation. ‘Finally, in North Carolina, people are required to speak up for sexually abused children.’

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