Missouri AG Hawley: Backpage Lawsuit 'Frivolous,' No First Amendment Right To Human Trafficking

July 13, 2017

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley struck back Wednesday at Backpage.com, the controversial classifieds website that sued him the day before, saying “there is no First Amendment right to engage in human trafficking.”

Read more at: http://kcur.org/post/missouri-ag-hawley-backpage-lawsuit-frivolous-no-first-amendment-right-human-trafficking#stream/0


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