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We are NEVER safe–but we CAN control our destiny. A cautionary tale from Rhode Island

We at RSOL heard the news on Monday with a sinking despair that could only be topped by the desperation clearly felt by Rhode Island’s Level III registered citizens. In June of 2015, Rhode Island legislators passed a law that would restrict all Level III’s from living within 1000 feet of any school. That’s a 700-foot increase over the previous restriction. The article reported on how registrants were in shock – although most had known this was coming – begging for more time to find a new place to live, fearing or indeed facing homelessness as a result of this law.  …

Where, you may ask, was RSOL when this bill was being considered, when it was presented in the legislature, when it was voted into law? RSOL is only as strong as its state-level volunteers. They are our eyes and ears, our boots on the ground. And we have NO volunteers in Rhode Island. Not even any members.

So really the question is, where were the registrants? Full Article

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  1. Eric Knight

    Is it possible or pragmatic for Janice and Chance to support or even augment their legal team? I realize they are not licensed for the state of Rhode Island but with the record of success and, more importantly, the success is predicated with hard, Constitutional law that cannot readily be dismissed, such additions would be worth the cost in my opinion. This type of fight WILL affect California as well.

    • Janice Bellucci

      California RSOL is working directly with ACLU in Rhode Island in support of this case. We have shared with them legal briefs filed in federal court in California and are willing to do so with other states as well.

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