Violence Against Women Act Renewed
Violence Against Women Act Renewed

Protections extended to Native American, LGBT and immigrant women.

Re-authorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which expired in October, 2011, passed after a lengthy political fight over protecting more women in cases of domestic abuse or rape. Read the full story here (including why it took nearly 18 months to reinstate VAWA.)      

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