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OHIO Attorney General Mike DeWine (R) announces the creation of a free, online system will allow victims to anonymously check the status of their rape kits from the time they are collected at a medical facility and then sent to police, a lab for forensic testing or later stored or destroyed. Buckeye State lawmakers must still pass legislation that would make it mandatory for legal and medical authorities to track the evidence collection kits, and to give victims the right to access information on their kits (CLEVELAND.COM)