Category Archives: Trafficking

On the agenda in Virginia

Scrambling to pass Virginia legislation “The Virginia General Assembly voted on hundreds of bills Tuesday, the midpoint of its 60-day session when the two chambers face a deadline to vote on their own pieces of legislation. Lawmakers introduced more than 2,500 … Continue reading

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All Rights All Around the World (Jan. 20, 2011)

Judge rules for gay-rights backers in health suit San Francisco Chronicle Preview: “A federal judge has issued a favorable ruling for gay-rights advocates involving state employees and long-term health care.” Charles Barkley Says Martin Luther King Supported Gay Rights On … Continue reading

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Stop Sex Trafficking at the Super Bowl

Get the info and take action: Cornyn, Leppert briefed on efforts to stop Super Bowl sex trafficking (The Dallas Morning News) North Texas Woman Shares Sex Slave Story‎ (33 KDAF-TV) 321 West Main Street‎ (Azle News) Arlington billboard targets “johns” … Continue reading

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All Rights All Around the World (Jan. 14, 2011)

A daily digest highlighting events around the world. Advocates say U.S. citizens are also [v]ictimized by human trafficking ABC Action News Preview: “The victims in human trafficking cases are often immigrants, exploited by the very people who brought them to … Continue reading

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