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JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Senate passed legislation creating additional protections for victims of sexual assault. Senate Bills 775, 751 & 640 make several changes to state law designed to protect the rights of survivors and make the criminal investigation and prosecution less traumatic for victims.

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