Policy Agendas Archive
2020 Policy Priority Documents
CAST Policy In Time OF COVID-19
Read our Recommendations to Governor Newsom for Additional Funding to Prevent and Respond to Human Trafficking.
IncreaseD Resources NEEDED
Letter Supporting Increased Resources
Read our Federal Recommendations for Additional Funding to Prevent and Respond to Human Trafficking.
2021-2022 CA Budget Request During COVID
Impact of COVID on California Services Providers State Wide
Cast is calling on California to invest in prevention of human trafficking.
ON THE FRONT LINES: Equipping Service Providers and First Responders to Prevent, Early Identify, and Serve California’s Trafficking Victims
A PROPOSAL FOR A CONTINUING FUNDING ALLOCATION IN CALIFORNIA’S GENERAL FUND FOR $2.5 MILLION TO PROVIDE STATEWIDE TRAINING AND TECHNICAL RESOURCE CONSULTATION TO SERVE AND IDENTIFY VICTIMS OF ALL FORMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING
A Legacy of Robust Research to Better Assist California’s Trafficking Victims
A PROPOSAL FOR A ONE TIME $6 MILLION BUDGET REQUEST FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING RESEARCH FROM THE CALIFORNIA GENERAL FUND
Budget Proposal One Page Summary Summary of Limited CA Data Available
Child Labor Trafficking and the Child Welfare System-AB 1985 (Rubio)
Proposes Legislative Fixes To Treat All Child Labor Trafficking Victims-Commercially Sexually Exploited (CSEC) and Commercially Exploited Children (Child Labor Trafficking Victims) Equally in California. This bill was introduced on January 23, 2020 By Assemblywoman Rubio and co-authored by Senators Stern and Hueso and Assemblymembers Gipson, Quirk-Silva, and Santiago. Cast is the original sponsor of this bill.
Factsheet Whitepaper: Child Labor Trafficking in CA 2019 Link to Bill Text
Ensuring Protection from Human Trafficking and Labor Exploitation for All Temporary Foreign Workers Coming to California
Factsheet Support letter from Former Senator Steinberg Trafficking by Foreign Labor Recruiters Reports on Foreign Labor Contractor Abuses
Prevent Human Trafficking Though Enacting California Government Procurement Policies
Ensure LA City and County Have Accurate Data on Human Trafficking
Proposal for City Prevalence Study Proposal for County Prevalence Study