Whistleblower Protection Blog Publishes Six-Part Series on Wildlife Conservation & Anti-Trafficking Act

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Whistleblower Protection Blog Publishes Six-Part Series on Wildlife Conservation & Anti-Trafficking Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. | August 31, 2018. On May 8, 2018, Representative Madeleine Bordallo (D-GU) and Don Young (R-AK), introduced H.R. 5697, the Wildlife Conservation and Anti-Trafficking Act (WCATA) of 2018. The bipartisan bill will “support wildlife conservation, improve anti-trafficking enforcement, [and] provide dedicated funding for wildlife conservation at no expense to the taxpayer.” It includes critical whistleblower provisions necessary to incentivize informants to risk their careers (or their lives) to report trafficking.

The Whistleblower Protection Blog published a six-part series explaining the proposed law and its benefits.

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