“…Kesten stressed the importance of voting in the Nov. 6 election to ensure human rights issues take priority at the legislative level. He added that money and politics have prevented the Child Victims Act from moving forward. It’s a problem only the voters can change, he said.
“It should be a human issue and money gets in the way,” Kesten said. “This is about money and power and it’s really not about anything else and that’s the problem with our system, and as long as we have this unlimited amount of money being poured into a system that teeters in the wrong way, that’s a huge problem we’ll have to address. … ”