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Congresswoman Gwen Moore Statement on 15th Milwaukee Aldermanic District:

“With the departure of Willie Hines, after his long and distinguished service, the voters in the 15th Aldermanic District have an opportunity to select a new alderman.

“With so many qualified candidates, from former county supervisor Eyon Biddle Sr. to current county supervisor Russell Stamper II, I am not making an endorsement in this race.

“It is my hope that the individual succeeding Willie Hines serves the 15th district with honor. I wish all candidates the best of luck and look forward to working with the newly elected alderman.

In Victory for Obama, House Backs Domestic Violence Law
Written by Ashley Parker, The New York Times News Service   
Thursday, 28 February 2013 21:02


Washington — The House voted on Thursday to pass the Senate's bipartisan reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, in a big victory for President Obama and Democrats in Congress.

The legislation passed on a vote of 286 to 138, with 199 Democrats joining 87 Republicans to push the reauthorization of the landmark 1994 law, which assists victims of domestic and sexual violence, across the finish line.

Though the reauthorization passed the Senate earlier this month with 78 votes — including those of every woman, all Democrats and just over half of Republicans — a version unveiled by the House last Friday immediately came under sharp criticism from Democrats and women's and human rights groups for failing to include certain provisions offered in the Senate bill.

Rep. Gwen Moore on Violence Against Women: ‘These Games Must End’
Written by   
Thursday, 28 February 2013 10:02

Each year, over one million women in the United States are raped. Not all of them are heterosexual.

  • Do lesbians deserve justice if they are raped or beaten?
  • And what about immigrant women?
  • How about Native American women?
  • And what about female college students?
  • What about minors used in the domestic sex trade?

These are just five of the big questions being batted around Capitol Hill these days, as the inexplicably contentious battle over the Violence Against Women Act wears on.


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