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June19, 2017
"This follows on legislation that I sponsored last year that was signed into law to require all unidentified remains be reported to NamUs. Now,  we're expanding this to include all missing person cases. NamUs is the federal database that family and friends use with law enforcement to try to solve those cases and provide closure," said Assemblyman Steven Otis, who authored legislation that requires missing persons reports be sent to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) when a person has been missing for 30 days. (A-8286B)