Md. Lt. Gov. to Discuss Domestic Violence Prevention

Tuesday, Oct 29, 2013  |  Updated 5:30 AM EDT
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Md. Lt. Gov. to Discuss Domestic Violence Prevention

Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown announcing his run for governor.

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Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is scheduled to discuss domestic violence prevention as part of his campaign for governor.

Brown and his running mate, Ken Ulman, plan to announce their "Our Path to Zero'' proposal to stop domestic violence and sexual assault in Maryland.

Brown and Ulman will talk about the plan at a press conference Tuesday at the Medical Pavilion at Howard County in Columbia.

Brown is seeking the Democratic nomination for governor.

Del. Cheryl Glenn and family members of domestic violence victims also are scheduled to attend.

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