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Topic - Cindy Mccain
An anti-human trafficking bill championed by the wife of U.S. Sen. John McCain will now go to Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer, also a vocal supporter of the bill.
The wife of U.S. Sen. John McCain will present a billboard campaign to combat human trafficking.
Laura Ingraham appeared at a Goldwater Institute event in Phoenix Saturday night, and Cindy McCain apparently wasn't too impressed with what the radio host had to say about her husband.
Cindy McCain, the wife of Sen. John McCain, is hitting the stage with a role in next month's Herberger Theater Center production of a play about Proposition 8, the California same-sex-marriage case that's woven its way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Cindy McCain is teaming up with actor Ben Affleck to try to bring more attention to violence against women in Congo, as well as that country's upcoming presidential election.
Cindy McCain says the bill would put Arizona at the forefront of the fight against human trafficking by imposing harsh penalties for pimps.
(He took the precaution yesterday in West Virginia of showing up with a new flag pin, bigger than the one he wouldn't wear last week.) Cindy McCain, who heard it from her pillow, says her husband had rather lose than emphasize the considerable Obama "negatives."