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California RSOL Leads Protest in Carson

California RSOL led a second protest in Carson to voice opposition to the city ordinance that prohibits all registered citizens from both visiting and residing near public and private places. The protest included a demonstration outside City Hall as well as inside a City Council meeting.

“Carson is the only city in California that continues to prohibit registered citizens from visiting public places such as libraries and swimming pools as well as private places such as fast food restaurants,” stated California RSOL president Janice Bellucci. “These actions are unlawful because they violate the state and federal constitutions.”
Carson’s ordinance is also inconsistent with recent appellate court decisions which determined that ordinances similar to the ordinance in Carson are preempted by stated law. Subsequent to those decisions, more than 75 cities and about 10 counties have repealed or significantly revised similar ordinances.

“The Carson ordinance also prohibits registered citizens from living within virtually all of the City of Carson,” stated Bellucci. “Because Carson is densely populated and there is a lack of affordable housing, the ordinance violates the federal constitution.”

The California Supreme Court determined on March 2, 2015, that a similar ordinance in San Diego violated the federal constitution after it was determined that San Diego is densely populated and there was a lack of affordable housing. The population density in Carson is 4,835 persons per square mile which compares to 3,772 in San Diego.

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  1. Jim

    Janice. Jim Orey from Carson. If we have to I can’t wait till the next protest I will participate. I hope you got my message of our posting in the Daily Breeze paper Sunday 7-26-15. not front page but close, A3&5. big thanks to all who participated.

  2. Janice Bellucci

    Thank you, Jim, for participating in the second Carson protest! A link to the article published in the Daily Breeze follows below:

    http://www.dailybreeze.com/general-news/20150725/convicted-sex-offenders-seeking-more-rights-in-carson

    The article is also posted on this website under a different headline.

  3. G4Change

    Thank you, Janice and EVERYONE who showed up and stood up!

    What’s the status of the lawsuit against Carson? I hope they go bankrupt and end up providing major funding for CARSOL for years to come. An example must be made of rogue governments who breech contracts and defy both the state and federal constitutions so blatantly.

  4. Anonymous Nobody

    Gee, how did this happen without me even knowing of it? I must have missed whatever was posted in advance about it. Hmm, maybe these type of activities need to be screamed on the Website, so fools like me don’t skip reading about it because the typical headline did not draw me in.

    Bravo to all who did manage to participate. We need a lot more of us out there.

    • Nicholas Maietta

      I have the skills and some resources to do this. My ultimate plan in participation to these types of events is to do what the mainstream media won’t do. I’m not exactly sure how far off i am from that mark, but i am working towards it.

  5. Michael

    I really hope there is no pretrial settlement with this city.

    At least not one that lets them off the hook for some P-ant amount like attorney fees and court cost.

    • G4Change

      If I understand things correctly, there already was a settlement. Carson then violated their own settlement agreement.
      In my opinion, it’s time to “go for the jugular” (metaphorically speaking).

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