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Shaming Employers Willing To Give A Registrant An Opportunity

As registrants, we know how difficult it is to find employment. Irrespective of how educated, professional or qualified you are, the scarlet letter infects you, your family, your friends, your employer.

There are kind-hearted people out there who are willing to give someone a second chance and help them support their families and themselves. In exchange they get a hard-working, dedicated, loyal employee, who will value their job more than you can imagine. Full Editorial

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Any employees outted by that reporter need to file suit against him, as well as press charges. According to the law anyway, using the registry to harass registrants is a crime. Unfortunately, we know it’s not likely the local officials would be willing to pursue this, but these registry victims should get an attorney nonetheless.

GREAT idea. But is the law the same in Florida? If it is, SUE!!!!!

You know, they will just say it’s public information and they are protecting the public, da da da da da…well if they say it is for protecting the children, then it’s ok, right? No one made the employers fire the guys, although they had little choice if they wanted not to loose customers. Should have hired socially acceptable workers rather than good workers, that’s where they went wrong. And, well if the children go hungry because their father can’t make a living, then the State will have to find them better parents. Another day in the Peoples Republic of America.

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