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ACTION NEEDED: Support mandatory sentencing for prostituting children.

By February 10, 2024Colorado
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HB 24 -1092, a good bill that will require mandatory sentencing for prostituting children, has been introduced by State Rep. Brandi Bradley (R-District 39). Child sex trafficking and prostitution have seen explosive growth in our country. In 2019, it was a $500 million per year industry in the U.S. In 2023, statistics exploded to $150 billion per year. This issue is modern-day slavery – and a new abolitionist movement is rising up. We cannot ignore or look the other way any longer. 

HB24-1092 has been assigned to the House State, Civic, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee. I will be testifying on your behalf in support of the bill on February 15. It is important that the Chairman and members of the committee hear from you as well.

TAKE ACTION: Contact the members of the House State, Civic, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee and ask them to vote YES on HB24-1092. The committee contact information is listed below my signature. If you are a member of Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Colorado, be sure to let them know.\

Please forward this information to family and friends.

Please PRAY: Father God, we give thanks for another day of life and Your protection. We give thanks to Rep. Brandi Bradley and her willingness to serve justice for the children harmed by the crime of sex trafficking and forced prostitution. We pray for the Colorado House Committee members that they will not be overcome with “political correctness” and will handle this issue with wisdom and courage. You say in Psalm 85:11: “Truth springs from the earth, and righteousness looks down from heaven.” We pray this for our state. In Jesus’ name, we pray. Amen.

To learn more about the ongoing work on human trafficking, listen to this Women for Today podcast, where Concerned Women for America’s CEO and President Penny Nance is joined by Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tennessee) to discuss the incredible work she has done to seek justice for victims of human trafficking.

Karen Pennington
State Director

House State, Civic, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee