Video presentation of House Resolution 1326, “Calling on the Government of Japan to immediately…provide left-behind parents immediate access to their children”. The video is compelling and condemning of Japan’s ongoing disgraceful human rights abuse against children, denying them the love of a parent, relatives and friends. This presentation calls for a recorded vote on the floor. Your comments greatly appreciated.
Read the full text of H. Res. 1326 . A short read, well worth a look.
(Final votes on the H. Res 1326 are in. It passed 416 Yays, 1 Nay, and 15 No Votes.)
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