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"City of Atlanta has become a hub for human trafficking. Innocent children are simply being sold for sex brand, Kim and other elected officials are raising awareness of child sex trafficking. The stop traffic campaign launch Wednesday with lawmakers using a line of six dozen school buses to illustrate the scope of the problem here in Georgia eagle, people are committing evil deeds all to turn a profit. The state has long been cited as one of the most active states for human sex trafficking, and the seventy two yellow school buses that travelled through AT L streets Wednesday had anti human trafficking. Messages plastered on their sides, each buzz could hold fifty children for a total of three thousand six hundred which officials said is an estimate for the number of children sold into sex slavery in the state each year, Atlanta city. President says upper poll state run authority to govern. Hartsfield Jackson international airport is unnecessary. Felicia Moore told the AJC that the state Senate committee recommendation is overreaching and could be disruptive to the airports efficiency committee chair Bert Jones cited recent investigations into contract corruptions as being embarrassing for the airport. The CDC is warning people to take precautions against the flu. Flu season has officially begun. And the CDC says the dominant strain this year is H one. In one is the same flu virus that killed fifty million people in the pandemic in nineteen eighteen this year. It's still too early to tell if h one in one will infect a majority of those who get the flu, but a CDC spokesperson says flu activity so far this season has been driven by H one in one infections sports now as expected Antonio Brown was the main topic of discussion when Steelers coach Mike Tomlin met the media for his season ending press conference Tomlin detailed the events that led to Brown being inactive. For Sunday's finale against Cincinnati stating that the wide receiver told the team he had a sore knee Wednesday and was scheduled for an MRI on Friday, which Brown did not show up for or a team walked through on Saturday. Tom Linden said Brown's agent called him Sunday morning relaying that his client could play. But the Steelers had already made the decision to deactivate."