Five Republicans Oppose Bipartisan Measure To Combat Human Trafficking

From ThinkProgress Tue Feb 12 2013, 14:22:59

As the Senate moves to a final vote on the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), today 93 Senators endorsed an amendment to combat human trafficking. While opposing human trafficking is a fairly non-controversial subject, five far-right Republicans broke with the majority of their own caucus and opposed the bipartisan amendment. The amendment, authored by Senate [...]

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