A federal bill to expand services for victims of domestic violence would give Queens women and prosecutors a piece of a $60 million pot aimed at stemming the tide of violence against women, Queens officials said last week.
Spurred by the highly publicized sexual assaults on women in Central Park during the Puerto Rican Day Parade, Queens representatives in Congress last Thursday called for legislation to increase funding for victims of domestic violence.
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