Contact: John Salveson, President, FACSA 215-870-0680 email@example.com
Urges Support for Senate Bill 1103, House Bill 238
FACSA (Foundation to Abolish Child Sex Abuse) applauded Senator Teplitz, for introducing Senate Bill 1103, would open a two year window for victims to file civil charges in cases where the civil statutes of limitation have already expired. Teplitz will discuss the bill at a press conference on Wednesday, September 25th at 10 AM in the East Rotunda at the State Capitol in Harrisburg.
Establish a 2 year window during which the civil statute of limitations would be suspended.
Remove “sovereign immunity” in cases of child sexual abuse
Allow past victims of childhood sexual abuse to access the justice system.
Expose guilty perpetrators.
- Help enact laws that protect children from sex abuse;
- Bring perpetrators of child sex abuse to justice;
- Hold accountable societal structures that hide perpetrators and fail to protect children from continued harm.