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The voices against human trafficking in the District are finally heard

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Post  Faith on Sun Jul 12, 2009 1:20 pm

examiner.com

The voices against human trafficking in the District are finally heard
July 7, 12:35 AM

On June 20th I brought you the piece, Victims of Human Trafficking in DC still waiting for justice and support, regarding The Prohibition Against Human Trafficking Act of 2009 (number 18-70), which would make human trafficking/modern slavery a crime, in the District.

Unfortunatly forces beyound my control kept me out of todays hearing, sources have told me that the vibe in the room this morning was once again full of excitement and anticipation, which is little supprise to me. D.C. Council Member Phil Mendelson, sponsor of the Act was in full form today to hear from those in the field, as well as DC residents, had to say about the Act.

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http://www.examiner.com/x-7661-DC-Human-Rights-Examiner~y2009m7d7-The-voices-against-human-trafficking-in-the-District-are-finally-heard

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