Human trafficking, transportation legislation moves forward

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Human trafficking, transportation legislation moves forward

DES MOINES | The Iowa House approved a human trafficking bill Tuesday, agreeing to changes made by the Iowa Senate. The legislation creates the …
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150 YEARS AGO: US Senate votes to abolish slavery

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate voted 38-6 to send a constitutional amendment abolishing slavery to the states for ratification, achieving the …
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New Mexico Law Requires Employers to Post Human Trafficking Poster

NOTICE ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING: OBTAINING FORCED LABOR OR SERVICES IS A CRIME UNDER NEW MEXICO AND FEDERAL LAW. IF YOU …
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Should voluntary slavery be legal? Ethics and Religion Talk

A previous column examined the ethics of slavery in Biblical times. In the ensuing online discussion, reader ka5s wondered about voluntary slavery.
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Film director Steve McQueen seeks tougher slavery laws

Oscar-winning film director Steve McQueen has thrown his support behind demands for planned anti-slavery laws to be toughened up and for extra …
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