Congress needs to act to allow victims of child sex abuse to recover restitution
The Washington Post
The Supreme Court did not dispute her suffering nor her right to receive restitution from viewers who take pleasure in her abuse and create the sordid market demand for child pornography. But the court set aside the $3.4 million awarded her. Now Congress needs to fix the law.Find more information online here.
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