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This Week in Congress: Human Trafficking Legislation

September 9, 2015, Law360

Richard Hertling writes on what to expect from Congress in his weekly column for Law360:

"Members of the House of Representatives are back in their districts this week for a scheduled district work period, while the U.S. Senate is scheduled to begin consideration of human trafficking legislation.

On Monday afternoon, the Senate returns to consider several nominations. We anticipate one roll call vote on the confirmation of Daniel Marti to be the intellectual property enforcement coordinator at the White House, and three voice votes to confirm Michelle Lee to be director of the Patent and Trademark Office, and Jeffery S. Hall and Dallas P. Tonsager to be members of the Farm Credit Administration Board."

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