“Are they going to call the bill today?” Themis Klarides’s kid sister Nicole Klarides-Ditria asked.
And asked. And asked.
Nicole walked up from the back row to ask Themis. She texted her to ask her. Every day.
The last time the Violence Against Women Act was up for reauthorization, Republicans held it up for nearly a year—and that was when President Barack Obama was in the White House and Democrats controlled the Senate. So you can imagine the threat the law faces now, set to expire in September with Donald Trump in the White House and Republicans controlling both chambers of Congress.
As in 2012-2013, Republicans would doubtless be happy to vote for a bill called the Violence Against Women Act. They...
How could three women love this man? How could anyone love anyone in this world?