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NH: House committee passes bill prohibiting restrictions on where sex offenders can live

A House committee easily passed a bill, 18-1, prohibiting restrictions on where sex offenders can live yesterday, noting that judges have twice ruled residency restrictions unconstitutional. Still, lawmakers predicted a tough fight in the Senate, which has rejected similar bills before.

“There is a perception that this bill is being soft on crime,” said Rep. Steve Vaillancourt, a Manchester Republican who voted for the bill. “All of us who have heard (this debate) know the benefits of the bill. But we’re going to need to explain it.”

Rep. Al Baldasaro, a Londonderry Republican, cast the lone vote against the bill, saying he didn’t want to tell his constituents they couldn’t determine where sex offenders could and could not live. Full Article

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Maybe this is history repeating itself. Abolition got a foothold in the New England states almost 200 years ago. Hope they pass the torch of reason to some neighboring states.

What I would like to know is how many MORE people on the registry or not is the state of New Hampshire going to allow to be harmed or murdered because of the registry before they take it down? Are they ready to be held accountable for the damages? They better be because they can very soon expect a lot of lawsuites! Can the state afford that too?

Jeesh. Whatever happened to equal protection? Took that away, because we have the word “sex” tied to our conviction? Where’s law enforcement; we have hate enforcement in its place.

New Hampshire is the live free or die state – THE ONLY ONE REMOTELY LEFT in America! As such why would they ever even consider anything to do with idiotic X sex offender registries OR where ANY of it’s citizens can live?
Take your rights back New Hampshire and NEVER copy the idiots that run the other states! Their citizens live at the hands of hitler! New Hampshire MUST remain free! MAN UP politicians! Take down the hit lists you know are ruining peoples lives and hurting innocent children, getting people harassed even killed and protect NO ONE! Stop playing copycat and get the state back to freedom for ALL your citizens! Or have you too sold out for your precious positions! If so then the souls of those tortured and killed because of this registry shall seek accountability from the ones in charge of creating and enforcing it!

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