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The bipartisan Transnational Repression Policy Act (S.831/H.R.3654) gained eight new House cosponsors in April. It has now accumulated a total of seven cosponsors in the Senate and 19 cosponsors in the House. This bill would give the Administration additional tools to hold foreign governments and individuals accountable when they stalk, intimidate, or assault U.S. citizens and residents.
We have been collaborating with the Uyghur Human Rights Project and other allies in congressional meetings to explain the strategic importance of addressing transnational repression in the United States.



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