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Kristen Newby

Capitol Talk is MTPR's weekly legislative analysis program.
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This week at the Capitol: There's new momentum this legislative session to end Montana's statute of limitations in child sex abuse cases; Gov. Bullock remains vague about his political aspirations; the U.S. Supreme Court leaves Montana's campaign contribution limits in place; direct care workers may get a raise; and rallies to focus attention on missing and murdered Indigenous women coincide with possible legislative action. Learn more now on Capitol Talk with Sally Mauk, Rob Saldin and Holly Michels.

Bills Seek To Revise Statute Of Limitations In Montana Sex Abuse Cases

Jan 16, 2019
Rep. Mary Ann Dunwell, D-Helena, watches as 11 people testify in support of her House Bill 109 during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday, Jan. 16. The proposed law removes the statute of limitations on child sex crimes.
Tim Pierce / UM Legislative News Service

HELENA — A slew of bills introduced in the Montana Legislature would revise the statute of limitations for sex crimes.