Criminal Law

Defying NRA, Democrats expand domestic violence law

The House on Thursday passed legislation to broaden the nation’s landmark 1994 law on domestic violence, in a victory for Democrats over the objections by the National Rifle Association.

On a 263-158 vote, the House moved to expand the Violence Against Women Act and add language to keep firearms away from people convicted of dating violence or stalking.

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