LISTEN: State lawmakers want to eliminate the statute of limitations on sex-abuse lawsuits. Here's why.

Right now, if you're older than 48, you can't file a civil lawsuit in Connecticut alleging you were sexually abused as a minor.

State lawmakers want to change that. Success could mean hundreds of costly new lawsuits against the Catholic Church.

Capitol Watch sits down with reporter Dave Altimari, whose coverage of priest abuse prompted lawmakers to take action. We also talk to sexual abuse survivor Gail Howard, who now co-leads the peer network SNAP.

 

Listen to the podcast featuring Gail Howard, our Connecticut leader, here.


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