Kasey McClure, a former exotic dancer who founded the non-profit 4Sarah to counsel women “still in the life,” talked about the dangers women face in Atlanta during a tour of the city’s sex trafficking hot spots Wednesday. CHRIS JOYNER / CJOYNER@AJC.COM

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Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols’ “Unholy Tour” traveled from downtown to Midtown to Sandy Springs, where local police recently stung some strip clubs for illegal acts.

“I think all elected officials in this state should be concerned about something that is a blight on our state where kids are being sold and their lives are being ruined,” Echols told me.

There are lots of questions about sex trafficking in Atlanta, and I learned some surprising things from the three hours I spent on the bus. Read more about the tour in my AJC Watchdog column.

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