Politics & Government

March 15, 2016 3:10 AM

Washington poised to become first state to track all rape kits

Washington has estimated 6,000 rape kits not submitted for testing

New law would require electronic tracking of all kits

It follows last year’s legislation aimed at getting all new rape kits tested

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