Joe Biden Says Chicago Domestic Violence Shelter Brings ‘Hope’ To Abused Women



Vice President Joe Biden helped celebrate the groundbreaking of a domestic violence shelter in Chicago on Monday — the city’s first new shelter for abused women in more than a decade.

Biden, who championed the Violence Against Women Act in 1994 and celebrated its long-awaited reauthorization earlier this year, praised the shelter for bringing “hope” to victims of domestic violence, calling it “one of the most elusive commodities an abused woman needs.”

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