Registrant Travel Action Group in Washington DC to Fight for Our Right to Travel

Registrant Travel Action Group (, the National RSOL affiliate focused on protecting the travel rights of registered citizens, is in Washington DC to pound the pavement, speak to legislators and fight for our right to travel.

As reported, in recent weeks the Senate passed a bill (the International Megan’s Law) that would severely impede the rights of registered citizens to travel internationally and expose them to potential danger when traveling.

Among other things; the bill would authorize the government to notify other countries of a registrant’s intent to travel there (for any purpose, including business or to visit family), the bill would authorize the government to cancel the passports of registered citizens and the bill would require registered citizens’ passports be branded with an identifier that they are sex offenders (think Nazi Germany).

We are pleading with you again to contact your representatives in Washington, encouraging them to vote AGAINST this horrible bill (to see how, visit:

We are also inviting and encouraging you to contact Registrant TAG to report any incidences you have had when traveling outside the US and/or to schedule meetings in Washington. You can contact Paul with Registrant TAG at the following:


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Thank you, Paul and Brenda, for lobbying Congress! It takes a lot of time and other resources to do this and may or may not produce the result we desire. Having said that, it is absolutely necessary to “educate” them about the errors of their ways. If passed in its current form, HR 515 will significantly harm hundreds of thousands of U.S. citizens.

I have lobbied in DC for my own business and I will tell you, this is the MAJOR if not the only factor in making a difference when it comes to laws being passed. I urge everyone, whether in California or NOT- please set up your re-occurring monthly payment to the RSOL today. Even if it’s a small amount per month. I guarantee Janice will agree, having a full-time lobbyist in DC could be a game changer. If every RC and their family even gave a dollar a month, none of these things would be happening. Get on board, support one another!