January 16, 2017
By Elena Maria Lopez
As a battered woman, I did the unthinkable: I begged Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) to vote against key domestic violence legislation.
In the lead-up to Senator Sessions’s confirmation hearing this week, I’ve been watching the senator being ruthlessly attacked over his 2013 refusal to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Apparently, none of these attackers know (or care) that VAWA’s become one of the biggest loopholes used to bypass our immigration laws. I’ve seen the fraud first-hand. … Read the full story by Elena Maria Lopez.
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