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Beth Doddato (left), of Northfield, holding a picture of herself at 6, her sister, Ellen Skroski of Whately, and others rallied at the State House yesterday for an end to a statute of limitations.

End to limits in abuse cases urged

Clock would not run if children involved

By Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / March 15, 2006

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Backed by high-profile political allies, advocates for victims of clergy sexual abuse urged lawmakers yesterday to eliminate the statute of limitations on sexual crimes against children, a proposal that quietly died in past years but appears to have more momentum this time around. (Full article: 874 words)

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