Plans To Abolish Statue of Limitations On Sex Abuse Cases

HARRISBURG,  (AP) – A lawmaker plans to renew his push to abolish Pennsylvania’s statute of limitations in sex abuse cases after the publication of a grand jury report on allegations of child sexual abuse within six Roman Catholic dioceses around the state. Rep. Mark Rozzi said Tuesday he’s ready to seek a vote in the state House of Representatives on legislation that carries provisions sought by victims. The state attorney general could release results of the investigation later this month.

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