House Votes to Reauthorize Violence Against Women Act, Which Lapsed Under President Trump

HeadlineMar 18, 2021

The House voted Wednesday to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act, after it expired during Trump’s presidency. Only 29 Republicans joined Democrats in voting for the bill. It now heads to the evenly divided Senate.

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