In domestic violence bill, long-awaited victory for women’s groups

NOW president Terry O’Neill is featured in an article by Lucy Madison of CBS News: “‘The Violence Against Women Act has dramatically reduced the lethality of domestic violence in this country; has dramatically improved reporting across the country of sexual assault, and domestic violence, and dating violence, and stalking; has dramatically improved the services available to survivors of this violence; and has dramatically improved the ability to prosecute and imprison offenders,’ said Terry O’Neill, the president of the National Organization for Women (NOW). ‘That’s just fact.'”