Allison Newcombe

Alliance for Children's Rights

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Skadden fellow and staff attorney for the Alliance for Children's Rights, an organization that provides legal services to children and youth

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Three years ago, California voters overwhelmingly approved  Proposition 35  — to greatly increase penalties for pimps who traffic in minors.

Should Victims of Sex Trafficking Be Locked Up to Keep Them Safe?

Three years ago, California voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition 35 — to greatly increase penalties for pimps who traffic in minors.

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