Human trafficking signs required by law, should not be removed

During the 2017 legislative session, the General Assembly amended state law requiring government entities, including institutions of the University System of Georgia, to publicly provide information about available resources for victims of human trafficking.

Signs to this effect have begun appearing in restrooms across campus. These signs are required by state law and should not be removed.

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