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“In terms of leadership, Duluth has been a great leader when it comes to the issue of childhood sex trafficking.” Nigel Perrote, one of Minnesota’s regional “navigators” under a new law to combat sex trafficking. (Photo by Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)

Our View: Minnesota has started treating sexually exploited children as victims, not criminals

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A new approach, a more-enlightened approach, became official this month when the Safe Harbor for Sexually Exploited Youth Law went into effect.

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