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Protective Orders

An appeals court in North Carolina ruled that people who have been in an abusive same-sex dating relationship who are seeking a protective order should be equally protected against domestic violence as people in relationships with persons of the opposite sex.

RALEIGH, N.C. — An appeals court in North Carolina ruled that people who have been in an abusive same-sex dating relationship who are seeking a protective order should be equally protected against domestic violence as people in relationships with persons of the opposite sex.  

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