|Stop Child Trafficking Before Game Day|
Super Bowl XLIX in Arizona is a spectacle that will be watched by millions of Americans... but it's still just a game, right?
What too many Americans don't know is that the big game has a dark underbelly: child sex trafficking.
Major sporting events like the Super Bowl are huge marketplaces for sex traffickers because they attract so many potential customers and because victims, who are often homeless kids, can be easily moved from city to city to avoid suspicion.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is doing his best to draw attention to the vile side of the Super Bowl, and it's time for other Attorneys General around America to join him!
For Today's Daily Action, learn more about how we can keep vulnerable homeless children off the streets and out of the hands of traffickers... because the trafficking of America's kids is Not a Game.
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|Stop Drivers Who Are Under the Influence|
Many teens — and even adults — think that driving after using weed makes them more focused. But driving under the influence of pot is a deadly mistake: smoking weed before driving can nearly double a driver's risk of a crash. New roadside testing options are available!
For today's Secondary Action, stop alcohol and drug-impaired drivers by supporting roadside testing for both alcohol AND drugs.
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