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Bill would carve exemption for caretaking into sexual contact with minors law

HB 2283 would say that the laws on child molestation do not apply to touching, fondling or handling "that a reasonable person would recognize as normal caretaking interactions or responsibilities with a minor or vulnerable adult.''

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