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Oregon's Rape Survivors Push for a Fresh Reform

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

"Law enforcement and prosecutors did the best they could," says a rape survivor and lobbyist. "The system didn't fail me. The statute of limitations did." She's fighting to extend Oregon's time limit in cases where there is no DNA evidence.

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