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U.S. Report Rates Efforts to End Human Trafficking

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U.S. Report Rates Efforts to End Human Trafficking

U.S. Report Rates Efforts to End Human Trafficking

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The State Department issues this week its annual report on the illegal global trade in human workers. In the United States, it's estimated that more than 17,000 people are being held against their will as sex, farm, factory or domestic workers. NPR's Libby Lewis reports.

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