Protesters called on Rep. Kevin Yoder, seen here speaking on election night with wife Brooke, to help a family seeking asylum.
Protesters called on Rep. Kevin Yoder, seen here speaking on election night with wife Brooke, to help a family seeking asylum. KansasCity
Protesters called on Rep. Kevin Yoder, seen here speaking on election night with wife Brooke, to help a family seeking asylum. KansasCity

Activists call on Rep. Kevin Yoder of Kansas to support bill to improve human rights in Honduras

March 16, 2017 07:05 PM

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