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She added that cutting funding would "significantly reduce" their ability to do domestic violence training.Aside from the law putting resources for sex abuse victims at risk, advocates for rape and domestic violence survivors oppose HB 2.More than 250 of such groups signed a statement last month saying that "falsehoods" about sex abuse perpetuated by conservative lawmakers were causing the needs of rape survivors to be "obscured in order to push a political agenda that does nothing to serve and protect victims and potential victims." spent 25 years with the Education Department's Office for Civil Rights, noted the OCR never attempted to pull funds during her time there.If any part of the federal government actually moved forward on trying to strip the state of education funding, it would go through a “cumbersome process,” she said.There is much more money at stake from the Education Department than the Justice Department.However, experts believe it's unlikely that the Education Department funding will be stripped, since this action would essentially kill the state's public colleges because no student could get federal financial aid.Federal funding at the K-12 level also covers the salaries of about 7,700 employees, or 7.4 percent of all K-12 personnel in the Tar Heel State. He's also risking millions of dollars in federal funds that pay for state programs aimed at addressing domestic violence and sexual assault -- programs that are particularly crucial to transgender individuals, who face high rates of violence.
That law, which was reauthorized in 2013, provides federal money for programs that combat sexual assault and domestic violence.
VAWA explicitly the law protects women and children who use public facilities from male intruders.
But by defending the law, the state is jeopardizing services that are crucial to vulnerable populations, including transgender people.
Half of transgender individuals are sexually abused or assaulted at some point in their lives, according to The fact that the DOJ would even consider threatening federal funds for such services over a new and misguided interpretation of federal law is ludicrous," said Ricky Diaz, a spokesman for Mc Crory's re-election campaign.
"It also goes to show you that DOJ's action isn't about protecting people, it's about imposing its political agenda on the rest of America."North Carolina Department of Public Safety and almost 0,000 to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for reducing sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking on campus, said Christy Mallory, one of the authors of the report.