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Congress must renew protections for women

By Letters to the Editor

Sexual assault and domestic violence are pervasive in Kansas and across the nation. In fact, recent 2011 data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicate that a significant percentage of women, children and men are directly affected by this violence in their lifetimes. Add to this the impact that sexual and domestic violence has on family members, friends and bystanders, and one can conclude that it quite likely affects everyone in Kansas in some way.

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