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Topic - Martina Vandenberg
Martina Vandenberg, who heads the Human Trafficking Pro Bono Legal Center, said the State Department needs to enforce the law when workers at foreign missions are abused — particularly when there are "egregious cases and multiple offenses."
She said the department has not suspended any countries from bringing in domestic workers under the special visa program.