“We are so much safer thanks to this bill,” said South Florida rape survivor Julie Weil, left, after Gov. Rick Scott ceremonially signed a bill aimed at reducing the turnaround time for DNA testing of rape kits at the FDLE Tampa Bay Regional Operations Center, Thursday, April 21, 2016.
“We are so much safer thanks to this bill,” said South Florida rape survivor Julie Weil, left, after Gov. Rick Scott ceremonially signed a bill aimed at reducing the turnaround time for DNA testing of rape kits at the FDLE Tampa Bay Regional Operations Center, Thursday, April 21, 2016. James Borchuck Tampa Bay Times
“We are so much safer thanks to this bill,” said South Florida rape survivor Julie Weil, left, after Gov. Rick Scott ceremonially signed a bill aimed at reducing the turnaround time for DNA testing of rape kits at the FDLE Tampa Bay Regional Operations Center, Thursday, April 21, 2016. James Borchuck Tampa Bay Times

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