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February 3, 2010

NNEDV today applauded President Obama and Vice President Biden for proposing to increase federal funding for life-saving domestic violence services.  “President Obama and Vice President Biden’s budget proposal sends a clear message that the White House is serious about serving survivors of domestic violence and holding perpetrators accountable,” said Sue Else, NNEDV’s president.

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February 1, 2010

NNEDV today welcomed the beginning of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.  This month aims to bring attention to pervasive teen dating violence and what communities can do to end it. "Teen dating violence is a devastating reality in our schools and communities," said Sue Else, NNEDV's president. 

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January 28, 2010

NNEDV today praised President Obama for outlining priorities in his State of the Union address that will better serve survivors of domestic violence.

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January 7, 2010

NNEDV today commended Hanesbrands for ending its advertising campaign featuring Charlie Sheen, who was arrested on December 25th for allegedly perpetrating violence against his wife.   “We applaud Hanes for taking a strong stance against domestic violence,” said Sue Else, NNEDV’s president.

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December 21, 2009

NNEDV praised President Obama for signing last week a bill passed by the U.S. House and Senate that will better serve victims of domestic and sexual violence.  The omnibus spending bill includes a total of $113 million in increases for cost-effective programs that operate primarily under the Violence Against Women Act and the Victims of Crime Act.

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