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Long Beach Residential Restrictions For Sex Offenders to Be Amended After State Rules Buffers Unconstitutional

The City of Long Beach is amending the portion of its municipal code dealing with where sex offenders are allowed to live in the city, a move that comes as the city fights a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of its restrictions. Full Article

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  1. American Detained in America

    Residency restrictions, even done by a case by case basis, after parole are still unconstitutional as the state law was determined to be expressly for those on parole. Unfortunately, there are cities like Long Beach who still insist on trying to push others out. I hope this gets shown and the lawsuit continues.

    • 72 FLH

      what they don’t have enough real crime still going on in long beach ? or is it that they don’t want people being able to look on a WEB Site and see that there Might be alittle crime in Long Beach ? I lived there for a min , and seems to me it was full of crime , use to be a nice beach . sad we cant even go to the beach down there any more ,not because of RSO’s , its because you have to worry about being robbed at knife point . or your car being broke into , its them noise people just siting around waiting for you to look at some of the women so they can 911 your butt , oh there are stange men down here at the beach looking at women in bandaid bathing suits ,lol stupid

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