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Advocates To Make Domestic-Violence Bill Push On Wednesday

The Violence Against Women Act reauthorization was held up earlier this year, after the House passed a more limited bill. On Wednesday, a web-based campaign will urge lame-duck movement on the Senate’s more broad bill, which includes protections for LGBT and undocumented people.


Stakes are too high to start over next year. Let’s #passVAWA now! #passVAWA2012. http://t.co/DBR2JBcb— National Task Force


Join the campaign to #passVAWA2012! #VAWA Day of Action is this Wed! http://t.co/5PQUw1Bv #dv #sv #fem2— Civil Rights


Wednesday, November 14 - Violence Against Women Act Day of Action http://t.co/dUKlS70H #PassVAWA2012— NASW


SAVE THE DATE: Nov. 14 is VAWA Day of Action! Pass VAWA before this session ends in a matter of weeks! #PassVAWA2012— DC Debbie

Giving these answers to my reps and senators! #CampusSaVE #passVAWA2012 I am a student who cares!

— KofP10miler (@KofP10miler)

Giving these answers to my reps and senators! #CampusSaVE #passVAWA2012 I am a student who cares!— KofP10miler

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Chris Geidner is the legal editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in Washington, D.C. In 2014, Geidner won the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association award for journalist of the year.
Contact Chris Geidner at chris.geidner@buzzfeed.com.
 
 

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