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In an effort to keep Missouri children safe, lawmakers have enacted half a dozen laws over the past decade that restrict the rights of convict…

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Law enforcement agencies in Columbia say they don't send sexual assault evidence "kits" in for testing when a survivor doesn't want to pursue charges. But state and national advocates say testing DNA evidence gathered from victims and linking crimes could help police catch more sex offenders. It's happened in other cities and states.