Schmitt says the goal of the lawsuits is to obtain injunctions and shut the location down. The Hope Initiative cracks down on illicit massage businesses across the state. In the lawsuits, the attorney general argues each illicit massage business advertised they were open late and several had curtains covering the front windows, both hallmarks of an illicit massage businesses. The Hope Initiative was launched by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt in October of , with an aim to crack down on illicit massage businesses operating in Missouri. Attorney General Schmitt has repeatedly stated that the goal of his office is to make Missouri the most inhospitable state for human trafficking in the union, and the Hope Initiative is another tool the Office is using to accomplish that goal.
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Tapp, the subject of this sketch, was born three miles west of Slaughtersville, in Webster County, on February 6, 1859. His parents were Jesse and Elizabeth Tapp, both well-known and highly respected by all who knew them. Lacy lived on the farm till 1884, when he went to Illinois to complete his course in the mechanical department of housebuilding.