The Safe Harbor for Sexually Exploited Children Fund will be on the 2016 general election ballot. It is an opportunity to create a dedicated source of funding that will provide restorative services like safe housing, trauma counseling and medical treatment to child victims of sex trafficking without raising or creating any new taxes.
Funding for Safe Harbor will come from two narrowly tailored sources identified by the General Assembly: new fines for those convicted of crimes related to sex trafficking and a new fee on the adult entertainment industry, specifically on establishments that serve alcohol and provide entertainment involving nudity.
VOTE YES on Georgia Amendment 2.
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