Obama Signs Law to Prevent Violence Against Women

March 8 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama signed into law a bill that extends for five years programs to help battered women and expands protections to Native Americans and gay-rights advocates. Obama, speaking yesterday at the signing ceremony in Washington, credited the law with bringing domestic violence out of the shadows. (Source: Bloomberg)

Fed's Kaplan: Rate Hike Sooner if GDP, Jobs Reconcile
46:42 - Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Robert Kaplan discusses his expectations for a consumer rebound, and his support of a rate hike if GDP and jobs data come together. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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