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  • Four reasons to care about domestic violence

    Domestic violence survivors and their supporters marched to the Government Center and held a vigil for the 102 women and men killed in Georgia in the past year as the result of intimate partner violence. The state ranks 6th highest in the country from domestic violence homicide. District Attorney Julia Slater outlined four reasons everyone should care

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Domestic violence survivors and their supporters marched to the Government Center and held a vigil for the 102 women and men killed in Georgia in the past year as the result of intimate partner violence. The state ranks 6th highest in the country from domestic violence homicide. District Attorney Julia Slater outlined four reasons everyone should care
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer