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Kansas' capital city repeals law against domestic violence

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- Leaders in Kansas' capital city repealed a local law against domestic violence late Tuesday as part of a controversial plan that supporters blamed on budget concerns but victims' advocates chastised as austerity run amok.

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