(Harrisburg) — With heavy snow falling, the state Senate made it into the Capitol Wednesday to vote through a raft of bills that aim to increase protections for crime victims.

One of the measures is now on its way to the governor’s desk, and six others are headed to the House for approval.

Most are geared to help people facing domestic violence, and as Democratic Senator Leader Jay Costa noted, the effort is totally bipartisan.

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