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Casey Anthony Would Still Get Away With Not Reporting Caylee Missing Today

Post by Jeanne Sager Prepare for more bad news on the Casey Anthony front. Remember Caylee's Law, the proposal that was supposed to protect kids across America from crappy parenting? It was the one bright spot many of us were clinging to in the wake of Anthony's not guilty verdict last summer. But it's growing awfully dim these days. State after state has tried to pass the law and failed! And sadly, I have to agree with the legislators who have nixed it so far -- even in Casey's home state of Florida, where it's still under debate.
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