Anti-sexual assault activists back Biden, push for reauthorization of Violence Against Women Act

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The Hill Article, by Tal Axelrod

Advocates for the prevention of sexual assault appeared at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday to support former Vice President Joe Biden and call for the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act.

The activists maintained that Biden, who helped pass the signature law signed in 1994, would be an ally in the effort to reauthorize it after it lapsed in 2019.

“As the president and CEO of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, I’ve seen Joe Biden’s passionate leadership in passing the Violence Against Women Act. Now domestic violence rates are rising due to this pandemic. We need Congress to reauthorize and enhance that law. We need leaders who believe that a woman’s life is worth fighting for,” said Ruth Glenn.  more

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