Buster Bluth is fighting modern-day slavery. Tomorrow, pastors and advocates are making their way to Capitol Hill to ask Congress on behalf of the organization International Justice Mission (IJM) to support the End Modern Slavery Initiative Act of 2015, which is currently pending in the Senate, having passed unanimously out of committee late year. Among those advocates is comedic actor Tony Hale, who plays Buster Bluth on Arrested Development and Gary Walsh on Veep. The act would be a game-changer in the fight to end modern-day slavery, which affects nearly 36 million people around the world, by leveraging public and private funds. By going to the Hill, advocates hope to help push the act forward through Congress. But at the very least, Buster will get some awards from Army.
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