Survivors’ Bill of Rights Law Helps U.S. Sex-Assault Victims

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The Survivors' Bill of Rights Act, which passed Congress without opposition, became law last Friday, when President Obama signed it, guaranteeing certain rights for victims of sexual assault in federal criminal cases, reports the Christian Science Monitor. The legislation provides that victims will not have to pay for a rape kit to collect physical evidence in the event . . .

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