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WMUR January 23, 2020
"No child should go to school or go to debate practice or go to their soccer team worried about the sexual advances of the person in charge of their school or team," said Lyn Schollett, of the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence.
US News and World Report January 23, 2020
Lyn Schollett, the Coalition’s Executive Director, said current law fails to recognize that kissing is predatory behavior that adults use to groom young people for abuse and that school personnel have a unique level of access to and control over students.
“This bill addresses a common, purposeful and deeply dangerous behavior of sex offenders where they intentionally seek out environments with children, in which they have authority over children, to sexually abuse them, and then use that authority to ensure that child will remain silent,” she said. “As a society, we owe it to all children who we should be protecting to keep dangerous predators away from them.”