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Ask Your Senators to End Human Trafficking in Product Supply Chains!

Human trafficking exists everywhere, and sometimes goes undetected throughout supply chains that create many products being bought and sold all over the world. Here in the United States, many companies remain unaware if workers are being exploited at any point during the process of extracting, assembling, or building their products.

Recognizing the responsibility of all companies to work toward stopping the demand for modern day slavery, the US Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking are building a movement to support the Business Supply Chain Transparency on Trafficking and Slavery Act. If passed, it would require the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to create a rule that requires companies with annual worldwide gross receipts exceeding $100 million to report annually on their efforts to identify and eliminate all forms of human trafficking within their supply chains.

The women of the U.S. Senate, at the beginning of the 114th Congress, chose to focus their common efforts on ending human trafficking. In an effort to hold them accountable to this promise, we encourage constituents of women senators to copy and paste this special paragraph to the bottom of the pre-written message below, urging them to co-sponsor S. 1968 as a way to demonstrate their shared commitment to ending human trafficking:
 
In 2015, at the beginning of the 114th Congress, the women of the Senate chose to focus their common efforts on ending human trafficking. Co-sponsoring S. 1968 would demonstrate your commitment to this promise. I urge you to co-sponsor this bill and to invite your colleagues to do the same.
 
Join us in the movement: urge your senators, men and women alike, to sponsor S. 1968, the Supply Chain Transparency on Trafficking and Slavery Act. Let us work together to hold companies accountable, and stop the demand for some 27 million trafficking victims worldwide.
 
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