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house Bill H.R. 357

Should U.S. Embassy Employees Receive Human Trafficking Prevention Training?

Argument in favor

This bill authorizes funding for human trafficking sensitivity training that all U.S. foreign diplomats should have.

MateoLowe's Opinion
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03/27/2015
Educating embassy workers could stop some of the illegal activity and is a good step
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Drea's Opinion
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02/23/2015
Educating foreign diplomats to recognize signs of human trafficking may lead to the stop of some of this rampant illegal activity, or at least heighten awareness enough to save some people.
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DCPolitical's Opinion
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06/11/2015
Human trafficking is a despicable crime. We should combat human trafficking and prostitution to the best of our ability.
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Argument opposed

Without a cost-per-employee breakdown this bill has yet to prove that it is fiscally justified.

Lance's Opinion
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04/22/2015
I've received this kind of training in my career every year and it doesn't help prevent it. In my immediate area human trafficking remains a serious issue that a PowerPoint can't solve
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Wayne's Opinion
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06/04/2015
I am a Government worker (Department of the Navy) and there is already training required for Human Trafficking Awareness...make it required for FSOs, rather than funding a new multi-million dollar PowerPoint.
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Jas's Opinion
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02/01/2016
This bill is going to give a mere $500K over four years to train US Embassy employees? Please, let's use this money on the real problems of human trafficking right here in the USA. We have intelligence agencies that can use this money to stomp the streets of this horrific crime.
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