Apparently it takes a whole battalion of hefty guys running into each other for our state to question its stance on sex trafficking laws (or smoking policies, for that matter). But, given the expected up-tick in demand for sex of all flavors - including loathsome - the big game is expected to bring, state officials are working to close loopholes in Indiana law that allow some trafficking crimes to go unprosecuted. Sen. Randy Head, R-Logansport, announced last Friday that he would sponsor legislation to accomplish the needed changes. Backed by Gov. Mitch Daniels and Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller, Head hopes to expedite the changes through the General Assembly so that they will be enforceable by the Super Bowl. No matter what the impetus, we're glad to see progress.