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Child sex abuse victims get one-year window to launch New York lawsuits

Reuters Wednesday, 14 August 2019
Hundreds of people in New York state previously barred from filing lawsuits over alleged sexual abuse as children will go to court beginning on Wednesday after a new law temporarily lifted legal time limits.
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News video: Victims Of Sex Abuse Get New Chance To File Civil Lawsuits

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Lawsuits were filed just after midnight right as a new law took effect. The Catholic Church, Rockefeller University and the Boy Scouts have already been named in lawsuits. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.

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