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THE COVER STORY: In and around San Francisco, the battle against the scourge of human trafficking has made halting progress. State budget cuts and unsteady leadership have hindered local law enforcement agencies and nonprofits, but there are signs of better coordination across the state. Our spring 2012 edition was produced in collaboration with New America Media and San Francisco’s bilingual newspaper,El Tecolote.
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