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PA House Passes Bill to Increase Child Abuse Vigilance in Wake of Sandusky
PA House Passes Bill to Increase Child Abuse Vigilance in Wake of Sandusky

Alleged perpetrator must be interviewed or attempts made under Bill. Under the PA House Bill, efforts are to be made to interview the alleged suspect of a child abuse. These efforts, while laudable, will run afoul of an individual's Constitutional protections to remain ...

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