OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna is traveling on Super Bowl weekend to Indianapolis, where he will support efforts to combat human trafficking.
McKenna's office said Friday he is not attending the Super Bowl. He will visit a command center that is designed to combat human trafficking in the area.
McKenna is president of the National Association of Attorneys General and has launched a human trafficking campaign through that group. The trip will be paid for by the attorneys general association.