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March RSOL in Action – March 14, 2016, 7 p.m. Eastern time

This is your second notice of an extremely important conference call. This month’s call will focus on two very important pending court cases:

  • International Megan’s Law challenge currently pending in the U.S District Court, Northern District of California; and
  • The ACLU’s lawsuit in Rhode Island pending in U.S. District Court, District of Rhode Island.

Our special guests will be Janice Bellucci, CA RSOL President, and Steve Brown, Executive Director of the ACLU of Rhode Island. General Q & A will follow after each report. Everyone is invited to listen in on the call.

We ask that you sign up  if you plan to attend so that we have some idea how many participants to expect.The phone number is 641 715-3660 followed by access code 957605#.  Sign Up

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  1. Double A

    Is it possible to get more information about this conference call? Who can attend? Will there be a transcript made available afterwards?

    • rob

      Anyone can attend, just sign up for it. All the information is listed in the article. There was a transcript or audio version of the last conference call so I assume there will be one for this at National RSOL.

  2. HH

    Does anyone know where to find the transcript or recording of Monday’s call regarding the lawsuit ? I check Rsol website and cannot locate it.

    • Commenter1

      Contact this email to find out the location of the recording:
      communications@reformsexoffenderlaws

      • Commenter1

        Don’t forget to add the .org after the address above

        • James

          I looked for the transcript also without success….so maybe post the link why you find it.

          Best Wishes, James

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