States Move to Extend Window on Child Sex Abuse Lawsuits; Was AIPAC Boring?

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In this week’s Reporters Roundtable podcast, host Josh Nathan-Kazis is joined by Forward reporter Paul Berger to discuss New York may ease restrictions on lawsuits stemming from decades-old cases of child sex abuse and, if the law passes, how it might bring justice for victims at Yeshiva University. Then, Forward Washington correspondent Nathan Guttman reports back from his trip to AIPAC, which seemed somewhat under-whelming this year.

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