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AR House Bill Seeks to Strengthen Crime Victim Notification

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AR House Bill Seeks to Strengthen Crime Victim Notification

AR House Bill Seeks to Strengthen Crime Victim Notification

LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A bill to strengthen the state's crime victim notification system stalled out in a committee meeting of the Arkansas House on Tuesday.

But its sponsor, and the victim who inspired it, are still optimistic their bill will become law.

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AR House Bill Seeks to Strengthen Crime Victim Notification

LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A bill to strengthen the state's crime victim notification system stalled out in a committee meeting of the Arkansas House on Tuesday.

But its sponsor, and the victim who inspired it, are still optimistic their bill will become law.




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