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Today, Governor Rick Scott signed legislation that will expand the protections available to victims of domestic and sexual violence.Florida currently provides nearly .5 million for rape prevention and sexual assault services which is in addition to million available for domestic violence programs.This critical legislation I have signed into law shows the valuable steps Florida has made in protecting the rights of victims,” said Governor Rick Scott.“April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and this week is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week and it is an important time to raise attention to promoting victims’ rights and remember those lives affected by violence.Today, Governor Rick Scott joined law enforcement officers at the Lee County Sheriff’s Office to ceremonially sign legislation that expands protection of victims of sexual and domestic violence.“We are fortunate that Florida has experienced a 41-year low crime rate, but we must continue to provide our law enforcement officers with the tools they need to keep our communities safe,” Governor Scott said.

Standing beside a framed bill bearing her name, 21-year-old Tayler Mack looked ahead stoically from a stage at the Orange County Sheriff's Office on Monday, her long, wavy hair concealing where an ear was amputated after being badly burnt.This year, Jones sponsored another measure to name the law after Mack, who is now a nursing student in college, hoping to give back to victims like herself.Mack's father, a sergeant with the Orange County Sheriff's Office, said his family still does not understand what led Calva Haskell to nearly kill Tayler.Executive Office of Governor Rick Scott 400 S Monroe St Tallahassee, FL 32399 (850) 488-7146 Email Governor Scott Email Lt.Governor Lopez-Cantera Information Center Scheduling Requests Sign-Up for Our Monthly Newsletter Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records.

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