DOJ Touts Success of Violence Against Women Aid

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The U.S. Justice Department's Office for Violence Against Women sent Congress a report detailing how it has spent more than $225 million in grants in each of the last three years. The agency contended that over the past two decades, its "funding has transformed how criminal justice systems in many communities respond to domestic and sexual violence." It cited such programs as law enforcement collaboration with . . .

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