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Cutting $2M from abuse victims’ services will carry too great a cost (access required)

For several weeks, the domestic violence community waited with bated breath for the Arizona Department of Economic Security to pass down its sentence for cuts to services for victims of domestic violence. Along with the lump sum reduction handed down by the Legislature, fund transfers and agency shortfalls have led to a mandated and devastating ...

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