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Co-sponsor of domestic violence legislation explains why its personal

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Democratic House Majority Leader Monica Duran at the Capitol, March 2, 2023.

State senators will take up a bill they say will help people who've experienced domestic violence and similar crimes feel safer and better supported while going through the legal process. The legislation has already passed the House. We speak with House Majority Leader Monica Duran of Wheat Ridge who co-sponsored the bill.

Duran told Colorado Matters host Chandra Thomas Whitfield that the legislation is especially personal because she's a domestic violence survivor herself.