...take a look at Colorado.
Source: National Catholic Register
So what’s the state Legislature doing? It’s working furiously, for the second time in three years, on a law that would help the aging victims of decades-old sexual abuse sue the Catholic Church — for cases involving defendants who’ve long since died.
“There’s no element of fairness in any of this,” said Jennifer Kraska, executive director of the Colorado Catholic Conference. “We have an ongoing problem in the public schools, and the Legislature is after the Church.”
What kind of circus are they running at the Colorado State House? A public school teacher molests a child and the family can sue the Church? What the hell does a public school have to do with the Church? There's just as much (if not more) chance that the perpetrator in a public school would be a non-Catholic. Seems to me the state legislature wants to exercise freedom of religion, as long as that religion isn't the one true Catholic Church.
For a more detailed commentary, see our good friend Domini Sumus.