I'd essentially like to go in two directions, following up directly on what Ms. Basnicki was just saying and asking if there's anything further you wanted to add.
We have recently been through a bill on offender accountability around the issue of raising surcharges. There's a bit of a conflict of philosophy amongst some of us as to what extent we should be able to have robust victim services that draw on the public purse in the same way in which we would look at other social support services from the state, versus seeing primarily, or even only, the money supporting victim services to come from perpetrators.
I wonder if you have any position on that in light of your own experience. I find what you're saying extremely interesting around the need for a much more active federal role, but I honestly do not see a federally oriented victim services approach without there being literally general revenue funds as part of it.