For more than a decade, fighting slavery has been a unified effort by both the democrats and republicans in the U.S. government. The Trafficking Victims Protection Act, considered to be the cornerstone of anti-slavery legislation, passed into law in 2000. It was a groundbreaking law—the first federal legislation that tackled the issue of modern-day slavery in a comprehensive way.
Since then, the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act (TVPRA) has been routinely renewed every three years.
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