The way it is now:
State law defines “human trafficking” as forcing or misleading people into doing 1) labor or 2) sex acts for sale. Under state law, trafficking is punishable with up to five years in prison, or up to eight years if the victim is under age 18. If the victim suffers great injury, up to six more years can be added to the prison sentence.
What Prop 35 would do if it passes:
Effect on the state budget:
State and local costs could increase about $2 million every year with the increase in criminal justice activity. Higher fines
People for Prop 35 say (www.caseact.org):
People against Prop 35 say (www.esplerp.org):