Another round of hugs was exchanged among victims of sexual assault on Monday after A-3648, the bill removing the statute of limitations for civil suits alleging certain sexual offenses, cleared the Assembly Judiciary Committee by a 4-0-2 vote.

The Assembly bill’s approval came in shortly before 4 p.m. after three hours of testimony—taking up just over half the time and number of victims at the Senate Judiciary Committee’s prolonged hearing last Thursday on the Senate version, S-477. At that hearing, close to four dozen victims testified.

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