Clock ticking on statute of limitations reform

Clock ticking on statute of limitations reform

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MIKE: DISCUSSION AMONG SENATE
LEADERS REMAIN BEHIND CLOSED
DOORS AT THIS HOUR, BUT REACTION
TO THEIR PROPOSAL IS ALREADY
DRAWING STRONG REACTIONS HERE IN
THE CAPITOL. A GROUP OF SURVIVORS A
ADVOCATES JOINED HOUSE MAJORITY
LEADER DAVE REED JUST MINUTES
AGO OUTSIDE THE SENATE CHAMBER. REED SAID THE SENATE IS PROPSING
REMOVING INSTITUTIONS FROM ANY 2
YEAR LEGAL WINDOW, INSTE
ALLOWING VICTIMS TO SUE ONLY
THEIR INDIVIDUAL ABUSERS
REED SAID, DON’T BOTHER SENDING THAT PLAN BACK TO THE HOUSE.>>WE WILL NOT ACCEPT THAT
PROPOSAL, WE WILL NOT ACCEPT
ANYTHING THAT DOES NOT HAVE
CLEAR WINDOW TO HOLD NOT JUST
THE INDIVIDUALS, BUT T
INSTITUTIONS THAT HELPED THE PERPETRATORS COMMIT THEIR CRIMES
FOR DECADES UPON DECADES. MIKE: ATTORNEY GENERAL JOSH
SHAPIRO ALSO ISSUED A STATEMENT
AFTER MEETING WITH LAWMAKERS IN
THE CAPITOL TODAY, URGING THEM
TO PASS THE BILL IN ITS CURREN
FORM. THE CLOCK IS TICKING. IF THE BILL IS NOT PAST TONIGHT,
IT WILL DIE AND HAVE TO BE
RE-INTRODUCED NEXT YEAR.

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