Nearly 50 plaintiffs have now sued under the Adult Survivors Act, according to court records.

The ASA took effect on November 24, and since then at least 47 individuals have filed lawsuits across the state under the new lookback window. The year-long legal window allows survivors of sexual assault that occurred when they were 18 or older to file previously time-barred claims.

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