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Christopher Dunn Christopher Dunn

Last week brought the disclosure that New York state officials were seeking to force a sex-abuse victim to register as a lobbyist because of her efforts to promote passage of state legislation to change the statute of limitations for sex-abuse victims’ damages lawsuits. According to published reports, Kat Sullivan spent more than $16,000 of her own money last year to rent three highway billboards, to have a plane puling a message sign flown over the State Capitol, and to maintain a website, all in support of the Child Victims Act, which ultimately passed in the most recent legislative session.

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