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(Olympia, WA)  --  A pair of bills being considered in Olympia would prevent a rapist whose victim has a child as a result of the sexual assault to sue for parental rights.  The House and Senate bills provide that a criminal conviction would not be required to prove a sexual assault occurred and would instead call for "clear, cogent and convincing" evidence.  Opponents of the bills say the legislation leaves room for abuse of the legal system in domestic disputes.

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