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The Aftermath Of Sweet Home Chapter: Modification Of Wildlife Habitat As A Prohibited Taking In Violation Of The Endangered Species Act, Steven A.G. Davison Apr 2003

The Aftermath Of Sweet Home Chapter: Modification Of Wildlife Habitat As A Prohibited Taking In Violation Of The Endangered Species Act, Steven A.G. Davison

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Engaging With The State: The Growing Reliance On Lawyers And Judges To Protect Battered Women, Jane C. Murphy Jan 2003

Engaging With The State: The Growing Reliance On Lawyers And Judges To Protect Battered Women, Jane C. Murphy

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The passage of the federal Violence Against Women Act of 2000 (“VAWA II”) marked an important milestone in the evolution of the domestic violence movement. VAWA II created, among other things, a complex system for state and federal funding in all fifty states to provide civil legal assistance to battered women. Its passage completed a process that began in the early 1980s when domestic violence advocates shifted their focus from grass roots efforts to help battered women and their children leave abusive partners to building alliances with government and advocating for legal remedies to assist battered women. This paper looks ...