COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - South Carolina's top prosecutor is set to release a plan on how the state will address the problem of human trafficking.
Attorney General Alan Wilson holds a news conference Thursday to discuss the efforts of the state's Human Trafficking Task Force.
State legislators passed a measure in 2012 intended to strengthen South Carolina's anti-human-trafficking laws. The law also created the taskforce, which is chaired by Wilson's office.
For more than a year, the panel has been reviewing how other states address human trafficking and evaluating which plans might work best for South Carolina.
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