Senate Approves Bill Giving Rights to Victims of Federal Crimes

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The U.S. Senate voted overwhelmingly Thursday to grant victims of federal crimes a new set of rights guaranteeing their participation in legal proceedings against the accused, reports the New York Times. The legislation, long sought by victim advocacy groups, raced through the Senate on a 96-to-1 vote after its supporters this week abandoned their efforts
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