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A Bill that would have required all Rape Kits be tested in a timely manner and prevent them from being left sitting on shelves, has been blocked from progressing through the Georgia State Legislature
Unterman says that will all be cleared up via a $1.8 million Federal grant, enough to cover the cost of processing about 3,100 rape kits. However, with Unterman blocking the Bill, there will be no law on the books preventing the backlog from happening again, once the grant runs out. “Unterman is missing the point entirely,” said Stefanie Hill, a DeKalb County resident and Healthcare worker. “Her connections to the healthcare industry leads me to believe her decision to deny rape kit victims a mandated process goes deeper than what she’s saying.” Sen. Unterman has been under fire lately because of her employment at Amerigroup, a Healthcare Insurer that has a billion dollar State Medicaid contract, according to an 11Alive report.
originally posted by: Willtell
Maybe some things are as bad as they appear.
The Republicans past actions justifies thinking the worst
Men like Rubio telling woman they have to have a rapists' baby and many other words and actions don't instill confidence in them
originally posted by: TheBulk
a reply to: FullBloodedNative
Hillary Clinton worked to smear and discredit women who accused her husband of Sexual assault, harassment and even rape.