If you create a purely Web based venture, it will be very difficult for your business to overcome the age old practice of buying shoes. When people buy shoes, they want to be able to see how well it fits, how it feels on their feet, and whether they look good on it. On the Internet, users cannot try on the shoes and test how comfortable they will feel when wearing them.
Her rape kit was destroyed without being tested and without her knowledge before the statute of limitations in Oregon ended.Since she first went public with the Oregonian, Tracy said she has become an “accidental spokesperson” for legislation to improve sexual assault prosecution laws.”The federal bill is really important,” Tracy told HuffPost. It’s quite traumatic and it’s totally preventable.”Amanda Nguyen, founder of RiseTracy is lobbying for “Melissa’s Bill” in Oregon, named after Melissa Bittler, a 14 year old who was killed in 2001 by a man whose DNA was stored in untested rape kits taken in 1996.”My story happened 17 years ago, and not only did it happen then, but it could still happen today,” Tracy said. “We have made no progress.””Melissa’s Bill”would require cops in Oregon to pick up a a kit from the hospital within a week of being notified, and then have two weeks to submit the evidence to the crime lab.
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