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D.C. weighs expanded sex abuse reporting

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District officials are considering legislation that would require nearly every adult in the nation's capital to report suspected incidents of child sexual abuse, though the top city lawmaker is doubting an estimate that the rules would generate more than 1,000 new reports a year. "I believe strongly there's a lot of hesitation on the part of people to report," D.C. Council Chairman Phil...

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