If we want our government to act on human trafficking issues—and rescue the 45.8 million slaves in today’s world—we need champions in Congress to fight for crucial resources and keep pace with this evolving crime. The Congressional Scorecard shows how your lawmakers have supported efforts to help men, women and children enslaved both at home and abroad.
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(S) = Bill Sponsor (CO) = Bill Cosponsor (V) = Bill Supporter (voted) (SPON) = Sponsored Dear Colleague Letter (SIGN) = Signed Dear Colleague Letter
Note: Names in all categories are ordered alphabetically and grouped by name of state, then name of individual.
|Name||State||Party||Activity on Bills and Appropriations|
|Austin Scott||GA||R||H.R. 3530(CO)|
|David Scott||GA||D||H2982-112(CO), S987HV-111(V)|
|Tim Scott||SC||R||SAmdt21S47SV113(V), S. 1738(CO)|
|Pete Sessions||TX||R||H.R. 3530(CO)|
|Michael Simpson||ID||R||H3887-110(CO), S987HV-111(V)|
|Adrian Smith||NE||R||H.R. 4980(CO)|
Sen. Dan Sullivan [R, AK]
Party Affiliation: Republican
Address: B40A Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
Telephone: (202) 224-3004
|Eric Swalwell||CA||D||H.R. 3530(CO)|
Rep. Mark Takai [D, HI-1]
Party Affiliation: Democrat
Address: 422 Cannon HOB; Washington DC 20515-1101
Telephone: (202) 225-2726