http://newsobserver.com/news/story/2555095p-2372082c.html North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper wants legislators, law enforcement agencies and court officials to mount an organized attack on domestic violence by improving resources and strengthening the state's laws. Cooper spoke after The Raleigh News & Observer reported that at least 73 women, children and bystanders were killed in the state last year as a result of domestic violence. More than half of those accused had been in court to face previous domestic violence allegations. A series in the . . .
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