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Women: When We Succeed, We Can Also Escape Abuse

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Let's look at what the Democrats' economic equity agenda for women can also do to curb domestic violence. Higher wages mean survivors can more easily break away from an abuser and afford such things as child care.

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