§16-28-10. Limitation of actions and suits.
An action to recover damages under the provisions of this article for personal injury caused by contact with or exposure to chemical defoliants or herbicides, including agent orange, during either the Korean or Vietnam conflict, may be commenced within two years from the date of discovery of such injury, or within two years from the date when through the exercise of reasonable diligence the cause of such injury should have been discovered, whichever is later.

Every cause of action for an injury or death caused by contact with or exposure to chemical defoliants or herbicides, including agent orange, during either the Korean or Vietnam conflict, which is barred as of the effective date of this section because the applicable period of limitation has expired is hereby revived and an action thereon may be commenced and prosecuted provided such action is commenced within two years of the effective date of this section.