Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear and 49 other state and territorial attorneys general sent a letter to Congress yesterday saying that some online companies that profit from the promotion of child trafficking should be investigated and prosecuted by authorities. In the letter, the officials declared the current Communications Decency Act (CDA) needs to be amended in order to hold accountable those who promote and facilitate child trafficking online. The AGs are urging Congress to amend the CDA to clarify that, along with federal authorities, states and territories retain the right to investigate and prosecute online facilitators of child sex trafficking. Beshear has established the Kentucky Attorney General’s office as the leading state agency fighting human trafficking. In 2016, Beshear’s office arrested more online child predators than any year in the history of the office.