House Passes Three Foreign Affairs Committee Measures to Combat Human Trafficking
The United States House of Representatives passed three measures to combat human trafficking: The Human Trafficking Prioritization Act (H.R. 514), The International Megan’s Law to Prevent Demand for Child Sex Trafficking (H.R. 515), and The Human Trafficking Prevention Act (H.R. 357). The chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs said while these three bills mark great progress in the fight against human trafficking, there is still so much more the government can do to eradicate all human trafficking, forced labor, and child labor around the world.
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