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Businesses target sex-buying, human trafficking

Twenty-three Massachusetts businesses and groups, including Dunkin Brands, Google and IBM, announced Tuesday they would adopt policies explicitly prohibiting their workers from engaging in sex-buying, part of a new initiative to fight human trafficking.
Attorney General Maura Healey and Boston Mayor Martin Walsh instituted their own zero-tolerance workplace sex-buying policies in April 2016 and encouraged other employers to take similar steps. Repr ...

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