Ohio was ranked fourth in the nation for human trafficking this year. The most high profile case is being covered by the Frontline team in a special tonight. The story involves Trillium Farms employing trafficked immigrants from Guatemala through contractors who gained access to them by claiming to be their sponsors.
Today, we look at the greater issue of human trafficking in Ohio and the federal legislation that allowed the practice to slip through the cracks.
- Andres Cediel, documentary filmmaker and Professor of Visual Journalism at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism
- Steve Dettelbach, Democratic Attorney General candidate
- Kimberly Jordan, director, Justice for Children Project, Associate Clinical Professor of Law, Ohio State University
- Rob Portman, Senator, R-Ohio