Colorado lawmakers passed a bill to open a 3-year “look back” window. Many older survivors of child sexual abuse will have a renewed chance to seek justice.
The extended “look back” window for New York child sexual abuse claims closes August 14, 2021. Some survivors have limited time left to seek legal justice.
Lousiana lawmakers passed a bill to eliminate the legal deadline for child sex abuse claims. The bill also creates a 3-year “look back” window for survivors.
Pennsylvania lawmakers are taking a two-pronged approach to pass legislation for sex abuse survivors. If passed, the law would open a 2-year “look back” window.
Colorado lawmakers passed a bill eliminating the legal deadline to file civil lawsuits in recent and future cases of child sexual abuse.
Rhode Island lawmakers are considering legislation to close a loophole in the state’s child sex abuse claims deadline. The Catholic Church opposes the fix.