HARRISBURG – The PA Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill requiring offenders convicted of any sex trafficking-related offenses to register under Megan’s Law. Currently, PA requires only offenders convicted of trafficking minors to be registered under Megan’s Law. Senate Bill 136 would add offenders convicted of sexually trafficking adults, patronizing a victim of sexual servitude, or subjecting someone to sexual servitude. The bill would also enable law enforcement globally to track those who sex traffic adults and reduce the number of victims of these horrific crimes. PA had the seventh-highest rate of human trafficking reports in 2017. The measure was sent to the full Senate for consideration.