-- Significantly increase the ability of the State Department's Trafficking in Persons Office to thwart sexual and other forms of trafficking overseas;
-- Strengthen prosecution efforts against trafficking in the United States;
-- Increase punishment for traffickers;
-- Enhance protections for trafficking victims in this country;
-- Empower U.S. attempts to halt the use of children as soldiers in other countries;
-- Require the Justice Department to produce a model law for states to use in investigating and prosecuting trafficking;
-- Clarify federal law cannot be interpreted to consider prostitution as an acceptable mode of employment;
-- Authorize a presidential award for exceptional efforts in the fight against trafficking.
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