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State Lawmakers Consider Extending Statue Of Limitations On Child Sex Abuse Cases

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State Lawmakers Consider Extending Statue Of Limitations On Child Sex Abuse Cases

State Lawmakers Consider Extending Statue Of Limitations On Child Sex Abuse Cases

House Bill 3809 would extend the civil statute of limitations from 15 to 30 years for survivors of sex abuse by priests to file claims.

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