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Santa Fe Springs City Council to consider repeal of sex offender restrictions [UPDATED]

SANTA FE SPRINGS >> The City Council at its meeting today will be asked to repeal a 2010 law that doesn’t allow registered sex offenders to come within 300 feet of day-care centers, libraries, schools and parks. Full Article

UPDATE: Santa Fe Springs City Council repeals sex offender restrictions

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  1. Eric Knight

    Is it possible that someone could prepare an Excel sheet (or Open Office spreadsheet) of the “score” for California cities which would be very informative of their current status on laws being challenged?

    My idea would be to have a sheet of California cities that:

    1. Have (or had) ordinances that restrict registrants in unconstitutional ways.
    2. Show which of those cities were sent cease and desist letters by CA RSOL.
    3. Show which of those cities have suspended enforcement of the odinances, but not rescinded completely, ostensibly waiting for action from the courts.
    4. Show which of those cities have rescinded their laws without being challenged by CA RSOL.
    5. Show which of those cities have been sued by CA RSOL and the corresponding court.
    6. Show which of those cities have settled their cases with ensuing result, either suspension or recension of the ordinances.
    7. Show which of those cities have lost the case, with ensuing results.

    I didn’t include 8, which would actually be a decision that goes against CA RSOL, but I’m thinking of including it specifically to highlight the lack or complete absence of such cities.

    In addition, all cities would have links to their city councils, as well as names and contact information.

    I believe this type of sheet can be referenced by CA RSOL in their press releases, and that the press can get the overall view of the actions of CA RSOL and its campaign. This would have far greater impact, in my view, than the relatively anecdotal method of periodic reporting and news releases.

    I can prepare the prototype. This sheet would not just have the above categories, but also the requisite timeline of events for each city, including dates ordinances were proposed for each city, the dates that they held their hearings, and the dates that they voted the law. Each step would be properly linked and sourced, either through online research or direct contact with city representatives. Would this be something that everyone could go on?

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