Revived US bill proposes special status for Hongkongers threatened by national security law

Another bipartisan attempt to give Hong Kong dissidents special refugee status in the United States has been proposed by US lawmakers, reviving a bid that failed last year in the Senate when Ted Cruz blocked the effort.Representatives Tom Malinowski, a Democrat from New Jersey, and Adam Kinzinger, an Illinois Republican, held a briefing on Tuesday to promote the Hong Kong People’s Freedom and Choice Act, which would offer Hongkongers threatened by the city’s national security law refugee status…

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