New MP law passed in Connecticut

There’s been a new law passed in Connecticut that requires the police to accept missing persons reports immediately, even if the MP is over 18. They also have to input the reports into all the databases. The actual law as it was written is posted here.

Janice Smolinski has been pushing for this law for years. Her 31-year-old son William “Billy” Smolinski Jr. disappeared from Waterbury, Connecticut in 2004. Billy’s family believes he met with foul play.