The #FreeBritney movement has made it's way to Washington.
On Tuesday, two members of the House proposed the Free Britney Act. If it becomes law, it will give individuals under a conservatorship the right to ask the court-appointed private guardian to be replaced with someone "free from financial conflicts of interest."
The bill was introduced by the bipartisan team of Democrat Charlie Crist of Florida and Republican Nancy Mace of South Carolina.
Crist says, "Abusive conservatorships can be an unending nightmare, and tragically we don’t know how many people are being held captive against their will under the broken guardianship system. We do know, however, that we need federal safeguards to protect persons under guardianship from abuse and exploitation.”