NY: Senate approves tougher penalties, requirements for sex offenders

The New York State Senate passed a package of seven bills Monday aimed at increasing penalties and establishing tougher requirements for sex offenders.

Legislation sponsored by state Sen. Jeff Klein, co-leader of the state Senate Majority Coalition and leader of the Independent Democratic Conference, would ban level 2 and level 3 sex offenders from being placed in homeless shelters or emergency and temporary housing if children are currently living in the facilities.

The state Senate also passed measures to establish a crime if an individual knowingly harbors, houses or employs a sex offender who hasn’t registered or verified their residence, employment and fails to contact local law enforcement officials. Full Article

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Alternate headline = NY: State Senators greasing road for re-election hopes

Adding more tracks for the train to nowhere called Megan’s Law – AKA “Online manure spreader.

To borrow a catchphrase from ‘The Rock’..with rewrite …….”If You Smellllllllllllllllllll what the levels are cooking’..!

It seems like the US is unbalanced since CARSOL stepped in and stomped on California laws 😀
Hopefully we won’t be seeing political ego stroking and promising more strange laws for election here in California