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N.H. forms commission to fight human trafficking

AG asks change in how victims of crime are treated

CONCORD, N.H. — Attorney General Michael Delaney said he hopes to combat human trafficking in underage prostitutes and coerced laborers through the formation of a commission that aims to change the way law enforcement deals with its victims.

‘‘New Hampshire citizens pay traffickers every weekend to exploit these women for personal satisfaction,’’ Delaney said, citing ads investigators have seen on the Internet for sex with ‘‘very young women’’ in Portsmouth, Manchester, ­Salem, and Nashua.

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