CT lawmakers give final approval to Time's Up bill; heads to Lamont

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Lawmakers voted Saturday to give final approval to the Time's Up bill.

The bill gives sexual assault victims more time to bring up a claim.

 It would give child sex abuse victims unlimited time to prosecute and would allow them to sue until they're 56 years old.

The bill now goes to Gov. Ned Lamont.

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