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Increased funding for anti-rape programs?

More money proposed for crisis centers — not a certainty yet, local advocates caution

January 24, 2014

In a press release Wednesday, Governor Tom Corbett announced that the preview of his 2014-15 budget includes a $2.2 million increase in funding for domestic violence and rape crisis programs....

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Jan-25-14 7:06 AM

So what about the boys, just like the 29 year old married teacher from Houston that seduced the male student, even once in the boy's own bed in his home. She only gets a year of jail. About the time she gets out, he'll be turning 18 and that whole thing will be back on; he'll be messed up for life. What type of message does that small slap on the wrist send to other potential female teachers?

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Jan-24-14 11:20 AM

To put this increase in spending into perspective, it is an additional 6.2 cents per state resident, per year.

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