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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

100,000 Strong for a Real "Violence Against Women Act" | DCCC

100,000 Strong for a Real "Violence Against Women Act" | DCCC

U.S. Congresswoman Moore says, "As a survivor of sexual assault, this issue is personal to me.
 Despite President Obama’s veto threat, Republicans just passed a bill that denies protections for victims of domestic violence if they are legal immigrants, Native Americans, or members of the LGBT community.  Republicans are calling it their “Violence Against Women Act.” The truth is any bill that discriminates against women because of their ethnic background or sexual orientation is not worthy of being called the Violence Against Women Act."

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