Indiana dating violence bill 2016

04-Feb-2020 14:02

“This commonsense, bipartisan solution protects women and keeps communities safe, while respecting the rights of responsible, law-abiding citizens.” Congresswoman Dingell and Congressman Dold announced the bipartisan legislation today at an event co-hosted by Americans for Responsible Solutions, the gun violence prevention organization founded by former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and her husband, Navy combat veteran and retired NASA astronaut Mark Kelly.

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In 2015, leaders in Alabama, Delaware, Louisiana, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon, South Carolina, Vermont and Washington have also passed similar legislation to protect women and families from abusers with guns.

The Zero Tolerance for Domestic Abusers Act would make these protections the national standard.

The bill would: Since 2008, states have enacted over 30 new laws addressing the nexus of access to guns and domestic violence.

In 2014 alone, six states enacted laws to protect domestic violence victims: Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Washington, and Wisconsin.

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In 2015, leaders in Alabama, Delaware, Louisiana, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon, South Carolina, Vermont and Washington have also passed similar legislation to protect women and families from abusers with guns.

The Zero Tolerance for Domestic Abusers Act would make these protections the national standard.

The bill would: Since 2008, states have enacted over 30 new laws addressing the nexus of access to guns and domestic violence.

In 2014 alone, six states enacted laws to protect domestic violence victims: Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Washington, and Wisconsin.

“No woman and no child should ever live in fear of their life or their safety because of domestic violence,” said Dingell.