Lawmakers in the nation’s capital have an opportunity to fix a longstanding problem with the landmark legislation to prevent domestic violence: its failure to protect Indigenous women.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) on Wednesday accused transgender people of "destroying God's creation."
Defending the Violence Against Women Act, The Representative from Michigan responded to male colleagues who were trying to shout her off the floor.
During her floor speech, Republicans tried to shut down the Congresswoman while she urged reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act. They didn't succeed.
From this Monday's Andrea Mitchell Reports, Rep. Marsha Blackburn did her part to make sure that the Republican party remains the "stupid party." I don't think remarks like this are going to help them much with making inroads with women and minority voters.
Uh oh. The "Do-Nothing" Congress seems to have...done something.
Thursday, the House of Representatives will vote on their version of the Violence Against Women Act, which excludes protections for Native American women. Native women are more likely to be victims of violence than any other ethnic group in the United States. This is unacceptable.
The U.S. Senate voted overwhelmingly to pass legislation reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act on Tuesday, despite the efforts of a group of Republican men who tried to block it. Florida senator Marco Rubio led a group of 22 male
Congressional Republicans headed by Eric Cantor are stalling on reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). The Senate has already passed a bill that increases protection for Native, LGBT and undocumented immigrant women. The
After his feisty debate performance, Joe Biden hit the campaign trail today, hammering Republicans on their controlling, cynical, sexist attitudes toward women. He didn't pull any punches, either. He called them out for imposing their
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