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Attorney General gave input on sex crimes bill in the past

Attorney General gave input on sex crimes bill in the past

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by September 23, 2016 Pacific News

Attorney General Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson sent an email saying she would “recommend” a separate statute of limitations for sexual abuse.

Guam – While there has been no legal opinion or memorandum issued by the attorney general on the controversial bill 326, AG Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson has given some input on the measure when it was first introduced.

The spotlight is now on Governor Eddie Calvo with just 24 hours left to take action on the controversial bill 326 which, if passed, will lift the statute of limitations indefinitely and retroactively for pursuing civil action against child sex abusers and institutions that protect them. We’ve heard from experts in the community, as well as some of the survivors of church sex abuse. We also spoke with former Senator and practicing attorney Bob Klitzkie. We’re sorry. You don't have permission to access this page. Please sign up to have full access to this page.

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