Lofgren Defends Child Trafficking Law as GOP Looks to Change It
Congress adjourns for a five-week recess Friday, leaving on the table emergency funding to help the Obama administration deal with a surge of child migrants fleeing Central America. The Senate voted to begin debate on a bill backed by Democrats. But that's unlikely to pass in the House, where Republicans are talking about changing immigration law, starting with a measure designed to protect victims of international child sex trafficking. Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren of San Jose was one of that bill's sponsors back in 2008 -- and she says she's not game to change it.
New Legislation Aims to Address Campus Sexual Assaults
A bipartisan group of senators has introduced legislation to address sexual assaults on college campuses. It's one of three pieces of proposed legislation on the same subject. California Senator Barbara Boxer and San Mateo Congresswoman Jackie Speier both introduced new legislation.