WASHINGTON (AP - A defense bill that now heads to President Barack Obama for his signature is a victory for advocates against sexual assault in the military.
The roughly $633 billion bill cracks down on those in the military who commit sexual assault, and criminalizes retaliation against victims who report such assaults.
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