Legislature unanimously passes enhanced legal protections for child sex abuse victims


The Kansas Legislature has unanimously passed breakthrough legislation that extends more legal protections for victims of child sexual abuse.

The House passed a bill 120-0 Monday that erases the criminal statute of limitations in child sex abuse cases. It passed the Senate 40-0.

It also would allow survivors of childhood abuse to file civil lawsuits up to the age of 31 . . .


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