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Bridges cultural coordinator Barbara Costa, left, addresses U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, who led a roundtable discussion with women leaders in Nashua on the Violence Against Women Act and its impact on domestic violence support groups. (SIMON RIOS)

Only In Print: Call for renewed anti-violence funds

NASHUA — Funding for the Violence Against Women Act, under review in the U.S. Senate, needs to be renewed to continue efforts to keep women safe, according to people who work in social services.


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