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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill that would require victims of sexual assault in Washington be kept informed on the status of their attackers is awaiting the governor's signature.  Final legislative approval was given yesterday to the measure, which would require that victims of sexual assault or kidnapping be informed if their assailant, once released from prison, applies for removal from the registry of sex offenders.  Under the bill, prosecuting attorneys must make "reasonable efforts" to contact the victim.

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