Invitation to Join the Congressional Human Trafficking Caucus

We cordially invite you to join the Congressional Human Trafficking Caucus for the 116th Congress.  The United States and international community have made great strides to eradicate human trafficking since the passage of the Trafficking Victims
Protection Act of 2000.  However, continued, educated efforts are needed to overcome human trafficking at home and abroad.  The most recent report of the International Labor Organization (ILO) estimates that more than 25 million adults and children are enslaved
at any given time.  Of these victims, the ILO estimates that 58% of forced labor victims and 99% of sex trafficking victims are women and girls.  One in four victims of modern slavery are children.

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SIGN LETTER URGING THE FBI TO INVESTIGATE DUBIOUS EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES AT TRUMP ORGANIZATION

Over the weekend The Washington Post published a
story detailing the stories of former employees of the Trump National Golf Club in Westchester County, New York who were terminated on January 18, 2019 for being undocumented workers. The termination of these workers follows the revelation of undocumented
labor at a Trump club in
New Jersey where employees were also terminated.  These workers were terminated by human resources officers from the Trump Organization for providing false and fraudulent documents to unlawfully gain employment.

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Dear Colleague: Not Another Dollar for DHS

Please consider joining our Dear Colleague letter calling on the conference committee to protect families and children and restore Americans’ faith
in government. Republican controlled Congresses sharply increased DHS spending without clear justification. Under the auspice of the Trump Administration, a number of agencies housed at DHS have abused their authority and the fidelity of public resources.
Until critical conversations can be had about reform in that department: not another dollar.

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SIGN LETTER URGING THE FBI TO INVESTIGATE DUBIOUS EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES AT TRUMP ORGANIZATION

Over the weekend The Washington Post published a
story detailing the stories of former employees of the Trump National Golf Club in Westchester County, New York who were terminated on January 18, 2019 for being undocumented workers. The termination of these workers follows the revelation of undocumented
labor at a Trump club in
New Jersey where employees were also terminated.  These workers were terminated by human resources officers from the Trump Organization for providing false and fraudulent documents to unlawfully gain employment.

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SIGN LETTER URGING THE FBI TO INVESTIGATE DUBIOUS EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES AT TRUMP ORGANIZATION

Over the weekend The Washington Post published a
story detailing the stories of former employees of the Trump National Golf Club in Westchester County, New York who were terminated on January 18, 2019 for being undocumented workers. The termination of these workers follows the revelation of undocumented
labor at a Trump club in
New Jersey where employees were also terminated.  These workers were terminated by human resources officers from the Trump Organization for providing false and fraudulent documents to unlawfully gain employment.

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