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Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Meet the 22 Republicans who voted against protecting women from beatings
Now the House battle for the Act awaits. GOP 2016 hopeful Marco Rubio opposed it because of “new provisions that could have potentially adverse consequences.”
The 22 Senate Republicans who voted against reauthorizing the popular Violence Against Women Act this week include a trio of presidential aspirants, a pair of tea party rookies and the chamber's most high-ranking GOP members.
Rafael Martinez Alequin
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