Today, the Uniform Law Commission voted to adopt a uniform law on human trafficking. The ULC drafting committee on human trafficking examined existing anti-trafficking statutes from all over the country and met with law enforcement, prosecutors, and anti-trafficking organizations in order to create uniformity in trafficking laws across all 50 states. The uniform law includes both criminal and victim assistance provisions. The Legislative Circle will take a more in depth look at the provisions of the ULC in the upcoming newsletter. Click here to view the draft uniform law and final version.