By EOM Staff
House Republicans recently presented a watered down version of the Violence Against Women Act for approval. Remember, this act was approved in 1994 for the purpose of providing criminal justice to female victims of violence (we are the majority of victims of violent crimes), and to provide education and better prepared responses to domestic violence. It has been overwhelmingly approved each time it has come up for renewal. That is, until this year.
Republicans didn’t like the expanded version of the act, which would have provided protection for LGBT victims, Native American victims, illegal immigrant victims and even mail order brides who become victims. Apparently, these women don’t deserve any kind of justice or protection.
I wonder how many men have hurried through a dark parking lot, nervous and looking over their shoulder, trying to get to their car as quickly as possible. Do many men check the…
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