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FL: I’m an ex-sex offender. Florida should use fact, not emotion, to write laws

No  matter how a person may have corrected his or her actions and paid for failures, in the state of Florida, it’s “once a felon, always a felon.” What is such a policy as this supposed to solve? Full Opinion Piece

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  1. Punished For Life

    This piece should go to every State and to every legislator at every level of our government. Just remove the Florida and enter your State in the Title and text.
    Frank

  2. Brubaker

    Public policy based on Enron type deception misrepresentation lies & hide the facts.
    Public policy based on guess & NOT on facts.
    Might as well name a new agency psychic friends and let them call it because they aren’t letting a judge or jury finding you to register.
    Guess public policy.
    And They’re WRONG.

  3. Rick

    Once a liar always a liar, this should be applied to all those who claim the registry is legal. Liars are the biggest crooks in this country, they steal your homes, giveaway your jobs, rip off your pensions, use the stock market to rob everyone, claim there is honor in death while they use exemptions not to serve in the military, and claim us us ctizens can lose all of their rights. They teach no sympathy for anyone, but when they do something they want credit for working, being a politician, helping someone. What nonsense, they use victimization for their benefit, while they get rich, enjoy their power, get rides home when they get busted for dwi, or probation for felonies. Yea, this nation is full of good people. You know why they advocate once a felon always a felon, because they are felons, who cant stop lying and stealing from this nation.

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