House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on Human Trafficking at CSUF

Human Trafficking Hearing

 Victims and Orange County officials used a hearing of the House Foreign Affairs committee Monday at Cal State Fullerton to ask Chairman Ed Royce for more help fighting human trafficking.

“Trafficking is a global problem, but unfortunately for us not a faraway problem,” Rep. Royce said.

In the past two years, the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force, a community partnership of law enforcement, religious groups and non-profits, has assisted more than 250 victims, Royce said. Ninety-three percent were women and more than a third of them were from foreign countries.

The hearing looked at problems and solutions the global, and regional, fight on human trafficking faces.

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Car crash at Langsdorf Hall

CSUF Crash

Skid marks and battered orange trees mark the spot Monday morning where a driver, police say, intentionally tried to crash at Langsdorf Hall on Friday night, according to the Daily Titan.

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