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Friday, May 15, 2015

Federal Bill HR515- International Megan’s Law Sponsored by New Jersey Congressman Chris Smith Gets ANOTHER U.S. House Hearing Even Though it’s Next Step is Supposed to be in the U.S. Senate. HR515 (if Passed) Will Make International Travel for RSO’s (and their Travel Companions) Who Have No Human Trafficking Convictions or Intentions Much More Difficult!



My last Post on current IML bill with full history of all past bills:

Mary Devoy

 
Utah A.G. Sean Reyes urges Congress to pass international Megan's Law, May 14, 2015
By Dennis Romboy

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes urged Congress on Thursday to get tougher on human trafficking worldwide, particularly by passing an international Megan's Law to protect children from predators. 

Human trafficking, he said, is one of the most insidious but least understood and recognized crimes. 

"As a father of six children, I want to change that," Reyes told the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa and Global Human Rights in Washington, D.C.