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Under provisions of the bill, a court would be able to issue a protection order to someone who is 16 or 17, but would be under a 24-hour window to notify a parent or guardian.
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C."While large parts of the South are definitely sketchy, the numbers on crime and STDs coming out of DC are next level," analyst Kaz Weida said in a statement.
In fact, according to the study's findings, both violent crime rates and STD rates in the District of Columbia are almost double the rates found in Alaska, its nearest competitor on their Most Dangerous list.
Teens under 16 still could seek a protection order but would have to do it with parental consent."Based on my personal experience, we, as a whole, cannot be protected from our abusers," Ridge View student Chris Kane said.