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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Gena Boyle
People who suffered sexual abuse as a minor will have 20 years to file a lawsuit in Virginia, and those in abusive dating relationships will find it easier to get a restraining order beginning Friday, when dozens of laws approved by the General Assembly this year go into effect.
Gena Boyle, domestic-violence advocacy coordinator for the alliance, said that the group has not received a direct response to its letter but that members continue to follow up with Mr. Cuccinelli's office and are preparing to travel to the District to meet with Virginia's congressional delegation on the issue.
Ms. Boyle said that in her view, the biggest victory was a measure that makes it easier to obtain a protective order and expands availability beyond just family or household members.