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Domestic violence ignored by federal government

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When is this federal government going to declare ‘war’ on domestic violence?
The epidemic of violent murders of women, many by their current or former partners, continues to worsen.
There have already been 34 this year.
For further information, try looking at ‘Destroy the Joint’ on facebook, or go to: https://realforwomen.wordpress.com/murder​ed-women-2015/
The government is condoning violence against women, by cutting funding to front-line services. This is not acceptable.
Sarah Smith, Mullumbimby

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