NJ Congressman fighting back against human trafficking
Bill Spadea February 4, 2020 AP
Congressman Chris Smith is on a mission. He’s been fighting for the past twenty years to focus resources from our federal government to help the millions of victims of human trafficking. President Trump congratulated the NJ Congressman and became the first President to attend a meeting of the Task Force established by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act, which was authored and championed by Congressman Smith in 2000.
If you see something, say something. Especially if you are in the health care industry. Many trafficking victims seek medical attention, but then slip away back into the shadows. Ask questions and err on the side of caution.
I want to personally thank Congressman Chris Smith who has been a champion for so many people without a voice over his long career. He stands as one of the main reasons that I haven’t supported arbitrary term limits for House members. Can’t imagine the House of Representatives without courageous, passionate leaders like Congressman Smith.
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