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Massachusetts Bill H00469

Massachusetts Bill H00469

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Victims of childhood sexual abuse pleaded with lawmakers on Tuesday to allow a vote on a bill that would repeal the statute of limitations for sexual abuse crimes committed against children, suggesting that a majority of House members already support the bill.
Victims of childhood sexual abuse pleaded with lawmakers on Tuesday to allow a vote on a bill that would repeal the statute of limitations for sexual abuse crimes committed against children, suggesting that a majority of House members already support the bill.

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HOUSE DOCKET, NO. 00689 FILED ON: 01/19/2011
HOUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No. 00469
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts
 _______________ 
PRESENTED BY:
 Ronald Mariano
 _______________ 
To the Honorable Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in General Court assembled:
The undersigned legislators and/or citizens respectfully petition for the passage of the accompanying bill:
An Act relating to comprehensive protection from childhood sexual abuse..
 _______________ 
PETITION OF:
 N
AME
:D
ISTRICT
/A
DDRESS
:
 Ronald Mariano3rd Norfol Russell Holmes6th SuffolGarrett J. Bradley3rd PlymouthStephen Stat Smith28th Middlesex Alice Hanlon Peisch14th Norfol Alice K. Wolf25th MiddlesexShaunna O'Connell3rd BristoCarlo Basile1st Suffol F. Jay Barrows1st Bristo Edward Coppinger10th Suffol Jennifer E. Benson37th MiddlesexCheryl A. Coakley-Rivera10th Hampden Angelo J. Puppolo, Jr.12th Hampden Kay Khan11th Middlesex Anne M. Gobi5th Worceste Ruth B. Balser12th Middlesex John D. Keenan7th Essex
 
 John J. Binienda17th Worceste Patricia A. Haddad5th Bristo Jason M. Lewis31st Middlesex Denise Andrews2nd Franklin Lori A. Ehrlich8th EssexCarlos Henriquez5th SuffolMichael D. Brady9th Plymouth James J. Dwyer30th Middlesex David Paul Linsky5th MiddlesexChristine E. Canavan10th PlymouthThomas P. Conroy13th MiddlesexVincent A. Pedone15th WorcesteSean Garballey23rd MiddlesexTheodore C. Speliotis13th Essex Louis L. Kafka8th Norfol Antonio F. D. Cabral13th Bristo Bradley H. Jones, Jr.20th MiddlesexCleon H. Turner1st BarnstableWalter F. Timilty7th NorfolWilliam C. Galvin6th NorfolSteven A. BaddourFirst EssexTackey Chan2nd Norfol Ann-Margaret Ferrante5th EssexThomas M. Petrolati7th Hampden David B. Sullivan6th Bristo
 
HOUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No. 00469
By Mr. Ronald Mariano of Quincy, petition (accompanied by bill, House, No. 00469) of RussellHolmes and others for legislation to provide for comprehensive protection from childhood sexualabuse. Joint Committee on the Judiciary.[SIMILAR MATTER FILED IN PREVIOUS SESSIONSEE￿ HOUSE￿ , NO.
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OF 2009-2010.]
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts
 _______________ 
In the Year Two Thousand Eleven
 _______________ 
An Act relating to comprehensive protection from childhood sexual abuse.
.
 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court assembled, and by the authorityof the same, as follows:
1SECTION 1. This Act may be cited as The Protection from Sexual Predators Act of 2011.2SECTION 2. Section 51A of Chapter 119 of the General Laws, as most recently amended by3Section 97 of Chapter 176 of the Acts of 2008, shall be amended by adding at the end o4subsection (k) the following paragraph:5All corporations and other institutions, which employ mandated reporters not professionally6licensed by the commonwealth, shall institute a program to implement the reporting7requirements of this section. Such program shall include, at a minimum, (i) the promulgation of 8a written protocol to be followed when a 51A report is required; (ii) an education program for 

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