When famous people get away with committing crimes, not only does it is set a bad example it can also result in creating public policy. Does society have a double standard for violence when it is committed by women and what sort of public policies should be in place to reduce the negative effects created by such public cases? M3 Contributors Gerald Hogan, Malcolm Travers and Breeze Vincinz discuss these issues as well the double standards that sometimes apply when addressing issues surrounding domestic violence.
(Article: Congressional Letter Addresses Domestic Violence In Male Sports Leagues, Not Women's)
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