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New Version of Violence Against Women Act Shows GOP Only Hates the Most Vulnerable Women [War On Women]

Faced with accusations that their opposition to renewal of the Violence Against Women Act is a sign that they've taken a very unpopular "pro-woman beating" stance, Congressional Republicans are hurriedly drafting their own version of the bill to prove that they don't hate all women. Their version will be sort of like the Democrats' version of the bill, with the less savory bits stripped away — you know, the part about protecting undocumented women, and gay women, and Native women who are beaten by non-Native men on reservations.
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