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Things like soap and toothpaste, and new sweatpants and t-shirts.“Most of our trafficking victims feel dirty, and that's more symbolic than realistic,” Manzer explained, holding up a large plastic bag of items.“We will give them some version of this care pack and it's full of donated hygiene products, feminine products.”SASA is a first-point-of-contact, a place to get help 24/7 for people escaping trafficking. It’s in Hastings, serving more rural counties.“I think that people are really surprised to know that this happens in Hastings, this happens in Adams, Clay, Nuckolls, Webster, Thayer, all our surrounding counties,” Manzer said.
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The number of registered sex offenders compared to the number of residents in this city is near the state average.
“For most of our trafficking victims this is kind of where we're going to start,” Jamie Manzer said, while giving a tour of the SASA (Spouse Abuse Sexual Assault) Crisis Center where she works.
Two religious organizations opposed the measure claiming it was too costly and that it would only create more divisiveness.
Senator Patty Pansing Brooks later said, "Enough hurt. Enough damage has been done by the religious institutions." Furthermore, Senator Matt Hansen introduced two bills to the Legislature.