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Lawmakers Want Ind. to Study Teen Sexual Assaults

INDIANAPOLIS (AP): The state would study Indiana's high rate of teen sexual assault if an amended bill wins passage. The measure would require at least two state agencies to look into teen sexual assaults. The Centers for Disease Control report more than 17 percent of Indiana girls between grades 9 and 12 have reported being raped. That's compared to a national average of about 10 percent.

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