Child sex abuse survivors fear Cuomo walking back promise to push Child Victims Act
BY KENNETH LOVETT, NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, April 24, 2017
ALBANY — Some child sex abuse survivors fear Gov. Cuomo is going back on his promise to prioritize passage this year of a bill meant to help victims seek justice as adults.
The governor in January said he would introduce his own version of the Child Victims Act, but he has yet to do so.
“Gov. Cuomo needs to embrace the Child Victims Act and carry it across the finish line or the bill is not passing,” said sex abuse survivor Gary Greenberg, who created a political action committee to push for the issue. “It’s in the governor’s hands.”
Eyebrows were raised when Cuomo recently told reporters that . . .
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