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JoeU's blog

Scream Queens Fuel Nightmarish VAWA System

From http://www.lisascottlaw.com/scream-queens-fuel-nightmarish-vawa-system.php

"We must de-fund and de-fang VAWA. We must let police do their jobs without fear of making politically-incorrect decisions. In the old days they used their discretion on how to handle domestic conflict. The parties were often separated until things cooled down. Without evidence of serious assault or injury, that was the proper response. "

Absolutely correct!
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VAWA Fate Still in Play

The fate of VAWA is up in the air.

The Senate passed its own version and the House a different one.

The House version (4970) has something of an upper hand because VAWA is a money/funding bill which has to by law originate in the House , not the Senate. The law is is now expected to go to a Conference Committee which can in this case make, or not, further changes. (Information on conference committee here: http://thomas.loc.gov/home/enactment/confcomm.html, the last paragraph is the most relevant.)

Sen. Rand Paul Votes Against VAWA Renewal

We applaud Sen. Rand Paul for being one 31 senators to vote against renewing the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).