August 23, 2013

Wyden, U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall to Address Zonta International on Efforts to Stop Sex Trafficking

Local state legislators will join the Oregon Senator for a noon luncheon at the Eugene Hilton on Tuesday, August 27

Portland, OR – On Wednesday, August 27, 2013, Oregon Senator Ron Wyden and U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall will address a meeting of Zonta International on efforts to stop sex trafficking of underage girls and boys. A recent study by Portland State University released by Marshall shows that the number of children being sold for sex in the Portland area is greater than originally thought. Wyden, who introduced anti-sex trafficking legislation in Congress, will be joined by State Rep. Val Hoyle, who have led anti-sex trafficking efforts in the Oregon Legislature, and Lane County Commissioner Pat Farr.

Who:               Oregon Senator Ron Wyden

                        U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall

                        State Representative Val Hoyle

                        Lane County Commissioner Pat Farr


What:              Address to a meeting of Zonta International


When:             Noon, Tuesday, August 27, 2013


Where:                        Eugene Hilton

                        66 E. 6th Street