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Polaris Project Works To Stop Human Trafficking

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golfHuman trafficking still takes place around the world and the state of Connecticut has passed legislation this year to address the issue. State Rep. Betsy Ritter, who sponsored the bill, and Stephen Worley, Vice President of “Livefit,” join the Fox CT Morning Extra to talk about the legislation and how the Polaris Project is working to stop human trafficking.

The Polaris Project is a national charity committed to ending human trafficking around the world. Charity Pro-Am golf tournament takes place on July 8, at the Farmington Country Club, the proceeds of which will benefit the Polaris Project.

The tournament is an old-fashioned pro-am that will feature elite golfers. The public is invited to watch great golf and partner with a charity.

For more information, visit the website: www.livefit.org/golf

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