A rape-kit testing reform bill that seemed dead and stirred anger against state Sen. Renee Unterman a week ago got a second chance at...

A rape-kit testing reform bill that seemed dead and stirred anger against state Sen. Renee Unterman a week ago got a second chance at becoming law as the Georgia General Assembly wound down its 2016 session.

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