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House to take up Senate's anti-violence act

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress appeared on a course to renew the expired Violence Against Women Act after House Republican leaders on Tuesday agreed to take up a version of the 1994 anti-domestic violence law that passed the Senate two weeks ago by a wide, bipartisan margin. The decision to allow a vote on the Senate bill, rather than insist on the House GOP's more limited version, could help avoid...

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