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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Lone Star Limousine is proud to support Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence with our NIGHT ON THE TOWN GIVEAWAY! Simply like the Lone Star Limousine and Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence pages on Facebook, and then share them with your friends and you could win! Make sure […]
According to Jackson Katz, educator, author, filmmaker, and cultural theorist: A bystander in the violence prevention field refers to “anyone who plays some role in an act of harassment, abuse or violence — but is neither the perpetrator nor the victim. They are someone who is present and thus potentially in position to discourage, prevent, […]
State Senator Jim Beall has introduced SB 838, named Audrie’s Law in memory of Saratoga High student Audrie Pott. Pott, who was raped at a student party in 2012, killed herself when pictures of the crime were posted by the assailants online. The bill has two major components. First, it closes a legal loophole. Currently, […]
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