Domestic violence shelter says new Columbus gun laws will help lower statistics

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It's the only domestic violence shelter in Franklin County. Choices can sleep 51 people. Currently, there's 67 staying there."We say to them we're full but if you're in danger we will take you in regardless," Choices Executive Director, Sue Villilo said. "And people come in anyway. They sleep on the floor. They sleep on couches."Villilo says that speaks louder than she ever could."That speaks to the level of danger that they're in their home and how desperate they are to get out of it," she said.In the state of Ohio in 2017, Villilo says there were 116 domestic violence homicides. She says 86...

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