These various programs and the amounts of funding for each are detailed in the NNEDV’s annual Briefing Book.
The full text of each of these versions of VAWA is available here: The 1984 Victims of Crime Act established the Crime Victims Fund, which is financed by fines and penalties paid by convicted federal offenders, not from tax dollars.
Congress is to enact laws and write regulations to say how federal agencies should implement the laws.
Without funding, domestic violence victims and their families may not get the services and protections they are entitled to.
However, depending on the facts of the case, a stalker might also be charged with other crimes, such as trespassing, intimidation of a witness, breaking and entering, etc.For the first 15 years of the Fund’s existence, the total deposits for each fiscal year were distributed the following year to support services to crime victims.Starting in 2000, in response to large fluctuations in deposits, Congress placed a cap on funds available for distribution.See Retail sales of cannabis by state-licensed entities to those over the age of 21 are regulated in this state beginning in 2016.State-licensed medical dispensaries are permitted to begin sales to non-medical persons age 21 or older on October 1, 2015.