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For the past 18 years, the Violence Against Women Act has been extended through Congress problem-free. However this time around, conservatives are threatening the outcome of the re-authorization - that provides protection for women's health and safety - due to oppositions to new additions to the bill. Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke, who has been at the epicenter of much of the recent women's health debate, joins the Melissa Harris-Perry Show to discuss why the act is such a hot-button topic.Mar.17.2012