Connie Rose, left, a survivor of human trafficking, speaks to another survivor, Linsey Ruth, at the Legislature, where a bill would allow victims to sue their traffickers and the businesses that turn a blind eye to trafficking.
Connie Rose, left, a survivor of human trafficking, speaks to another survivor, Linsey Ruth, at the Legislature, where a bill would allow victims to sue their traffickers and the businesses that turn a blind eye to trafficking. Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau
Connie Rose, left, a survivor of human trafficking, speaks to another survivor, Linsey Ruth, at the Legislature, where a bill would allow victims to sue their traffickers and the businesses that turn a blind eye to trafficking. Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau

This bill would allow trafficking victims to sue hotels. Hotels don’t like it

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