ABSTRACT

H.R.4573, 4587 and H. Res. 573: International Megan's Law to Prevent Demand for Child Sex Trafficking; Venezuelan Human Rights and Democracy Protection Act; and Condemning the Abduction of Female Students by Armed Militants From The Terrorist Group Known as Boko Haram in Northeastern Provinces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Markup Before the House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs, One Hundred Thirteenth Congress, Second Session, May 9, 2014   [open pdf - 2MB]

This is the May 9, 2014 Markup on "International Megan's Law to Prevent Demand for Child Sex Trafficking; Venezuelan Human Rights and Democracy Protection Act; and Condemning the Abduction of Female Students by Armed Militants From The Terrorist Group Known as Boko Haram in Northeastern Provinces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria." The following statement is from the House of Representatives, Committee on Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce: "Pursuant to notice, we meet today to mark up three strongly bipartisan measures dealing with pressing humanitarian issues. Because these measures enjoy broad support and because we are looking at a short legislative day, the ranking member and I intend to consider them en bloc, as members were previously notified." Statements, letters, and other materials submitted to the record include those of the following: H.R. 4573, H.R. 4587, and H. Res. 573 (summary can be found on page 81 of the document.

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Serial No. 113-166
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2014-05-09
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