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Damaged Women's Coalition Releases Statement

The Damaged Women's Coalition released this statement denying that they marched on the Capitol Friday at 2 a.m. Another statement is expected to be released from the DWC also denying that they broke the windows at the offices of the Younger, Thinner, Self-Assured Women's Coalition after Congress invited the YTSAWC to participate in an upcoming two-day summit on marriage to be held in the Adirondacks.