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Change in New York State law to usher in 'tidal wave' of child sex abuse lawsuits

Reuters Thursday, 1 August 2019
Thousands of child sexual abuse lawsuits are expected to flow into New York State courts in the coming weeks exposing decades-old misconduct at schools, hospitals, churches and youth clubs, according to lawyers for victims.
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