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Republican congresswoman: Protecting same-sex couples from violence is a 'side issue'

Republicans have found themselves in hot water lately after opposing the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) -- something that's usually routine for Congress. The GOP has objected that the bill would include women in same-sex relationships and could let more …
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