Don't make human trafficking our new war on drugs. By the La times editorial

In the last two years, los angelos county supervisors have been taking steps into fighting human trafficking. This is a summary type of lead. This is from the LA times. Is there Human Trafficking in LA? This is my lead and it is a creative type of lead.

Who? Mostly female teens Why? For sex or labor What? Are selling themselves or are being abducted into human trafficking for sex or forced labor When? Since the 1800's Where? All over the world but mostly in china How? Are being transported in boats, cars, trains, and airplanes.
" Human trafficking should be prevented and punished. This should not be the new war on drugs for the US."
" Police used to find a lot of drugs in cars, planes, boats, or trains but now they find humans."
Police have been fighting Human trafficking in LA a lot over the years. We need a stop to this. This is the LA times conclusion. Police have been hustling for the past couple years and are working hard to stop human trafficking in LA. They will stop it. This is my conclusion.

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