anti-human trafficking bill S2925 advocates for bigger gov't?
Everyone agrees that human trafficking, a modern day slavery, must end, unless you are one of the pimps profiting from the business. But they disagree with the method of how to go about fighting against human trafficking in times. Trafficking Deterrence and Victims Support Act of 2009" via bill S2959 is one example that experts disagree in its approach to fight against human trafficking. The experts argue that the bill needs further revision before the implementation. The bill was initially introduced by Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon to establish a grant program to benefit victims of sex trafficking. However, a legal expert on national legislation argues that the current draft of the bill will not guarantee enough funding sources for most nonprofits or grass-roots groups who are encountering the victims on a daily basis in the U.S.
Oregon senate proposed a bill to combat human trafficking on a national basis. The bill is will provide multi-million dollars worth of funding to the eligible entities. But the experts are concern that the bill primarily supports government entities, and the eligiblity for the grantees will not be measured by their performance as to how many victims it rescued or rehabilitate. fur further reading check out Norfolk Human Rights Examiner.
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