Sen. Jim Beall’s Statute of Limitations Bill to Sue Child Molesters Makes Progress

Legislation to overhaul the statute of limitations so adult survivors of child molestation can seek justice in civil courts against their abusers approved by Senate Judiciary Committee. Legislation by state Sen. Jim Beall to overhaul the statute of limitations so adult survivors of child molestation can seek justice in civil courts against their abusers was passed earlier this month by the Senate Judiciary Committee.

“Senate Bill 131 changes California’s antiquated statute of limitations on civil claims brought forward for childhood sexual abuse,’’ said Beall, whose District 15 includes Los Gatos. Full Article

Bill Info: http://totalcapitol.com/?bill_id=201320140SB131

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http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-miramonte-offers-20130606,0,4677288.story

Seems like it would be a lot cheaper and a great benefit for children if cameras were positioned everywhere at school.
I can protect my child from being abused almost anywhere else.

Open …Open the floodgates to the California school districts….
the lotto just found a new field for millions a dollars…millions of dollars,,,,!!!

Well, lets use some intellectual capital. This could bankrupt the state of california