New York State (NYS), especially New York City (NYC), is a destination for trafficked persons from all over the world who are forced into various labor sectors, such as restaurants, agriculture, domestic or sex work. To address this important concern, New York State enacted an anti-trafficking law that took effect on November 1, 2007. This document highlights the key changes made to New York State laws.
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