‘It’s a real loss for survivors’: Domestic violence law stalled in U.S. Senate.

WASHINGTON — For decades, the Violence Against Women Act was an issue that could transcend partisan politics on Capitol Hill.  Not anymore.  The landmark law — first passed in 1994 to protect victims of domestic crimes — funds programs like rape crisis centers, shelters and legal services to victims of domestic abuse.  But after several … Continue reading ‘It’s a real loss for survivors’: Domestic violence law stalled in U.S. Senate.