Restaurants, bars, nightclubs and schools in New Jersey to be required to post human trafficking ads

TRENTON, NJ – A new law in Trenton seeks to force restaurants, bars, schools, nightclubs, truckstops, and hotels to post state-approved human trafficking awareness ads.

Under bill A1081, the state’s Commission of Human Trafficking will create a public awareness sign requiring businesses and schools to post it within their facilities.

The Commission on Human Trafficking will develop a public awareness sign containing information on identifying and reporting suspected human trafficking and provide a national24-hour toll-free hotline telephone service on human trafficking.

 Universities, colleges, hospitals, adult-oriented businesses, massage parlors, and body therapists must also post human trafficking awareness signage.

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