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New York Child Victims Act in Review

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Another setback for the Child Victims Act Survivors of childhood sexual abuse have another challenge in front of them in 2018. But it’s never to early to get started. Sign up to keep informed and help us build a movement that will make 2018 the year that the Child Victims Act gets signed into law. Read More …

Senator Flanagan – Support the Child Victims Act

Posted onCategoriesAdvocacy, Clergy & Church Molestations, Featured News Stories, New York 2017 Child Victims Act, New York Clergy Sex Abuse, Syracuse Diocese Sex Abuse

Senator Flanagan may be portraying the image as a loving family man. In reality, he is protecting the institutions that have a long history of protecting predators. As a result, our community and our school children face a threat from known sexual predators protected by major institutions and Senator Flanagan.

New York Assembly Passes Child Victims Act

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New York State Assembly overwhelmingly passes the Child Victims Act. The State Senate, led by Senators Flanagan and DeFrancisco refuse to allow a vote, choosing to protect sexual predators and the institutions that cover up for them. Learn more…. Please call Senator Flanagan and ask him to allow a vote. His Albany number is 518-455-2071 while DeFrancisco is at 315-428-7632.

Eliminating the Statute of Limitations

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The effects of child sexual abuse last a lifetime – So why don’t victim’s rights? The laws regarding the current statute of limitations, which give a sex abuse victim a certain amount of time to pursue justice, continue to protect predators and the institutions that enable the predator’s actions. In almost every state in the country, this Read More …