HARRISBURG – Megan’s Law expansion legislation has moved one step closer to becoming law after passage in the PA House. Senate Bill 118 requires offenders convicted of any sex trafficking-related offense to register. The measure amends Megan’s Law to include the sex trafficking of minors to the sex offender registry, offering one more resource to reduce such heinous acts. Sex trafficking is a major issue in PA, as the Commonwealth ranks ninth in the nation for the most reported cases of human trafficking. Most traffickers are repeat offenders and use psychological ploys of tricking, defrauding, manipulating or threatening victims, especially minors. The bill now moves to the governor’s desk for his signature.