A domestic violence counselor and policewoman in Citrus Heights look at a dispatch center board. A proposed bill in the Legislature would let Sacramento County increase fees on documents, with the funds financing family justice centers that aid victims of domestic violence.
A domestic violence counselor and policewoman in Citrus Heights look at a dispatch center board. A proposed bill in the Legislature would let Sacramento County increase fees on documents, with the funds financing family justice centers that aid victims of domestic violence. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file
A domestic violence counselor and policewoman in Citrus Heights look at a dispatch center board. A proposed bill in the Legislature would let Sacramento County increase fees on documents, with the funds financing family justice centers that aid victims of domestic violence. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee file

Sacramento County proposal would use vital records fee to fund domestic violence programs

March 06, 2015 04:00 PM

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