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March 29 10:51 AM

Proposed Budget Cuts Will Drastically Reduce Domestic Violence Services

Programs will be losing $2.4 million of the $6.2 million the state was spending on domestic violence services. This means emergency shelters across the state will have lost more than 38% of their funding from DCFS in just over six months. This makes a significant impact in a state that consistently leads the nation in domestic homicides.
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