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Nina Porzucki – PRI’s The World – Tuesday, 26 February 2013 (originally published 14 Feb)
A re-authorization of the Violence Against Women Act is making its way through the US Congress.
Stopping violence against women, doesn’t seem like there’s much to debate about?
Yet, some legislators have balked at one new provision pertaining to Native American women . . .