FOCUS: Human Trafficking - Its Context and Its Effect in Vermont Part 2

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Host Margaret Harrington talks with Deputy Compact Administrator Trissie Casanova (Department for Children and Families), Detective Corporal Donald Demar (Chittenden Unit for Special Investigations), and Peer Advocate Counselor Kimberly Colville (VT Center for Independent Living) on the multi-layered problem of human trafficking.

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