ACSOL to Lobby Newly Elected State Legislators – Jan 30/31, 2017

The Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL) will lobby newly elected state legislators in Sacramento on January 30 and 31.  Training will be provided to registrants, family members and supporters who lack lobbying experience on January 30 at 9 a.m. at 1215 K Street, 17th Floor.  Those with lobbying experience will begin meetings in the offices of the newly elected legislators on the same date and at the same time in the State Capitol.  Additional details regarding these activities will be provided on this website in January 2017.

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Good luck and God speed.

I still think these lawmakers should be notified on the record that they are violating our rights under color of law and with malice and with reckless disregard for the truth in deriliction of their official duties so are therefore not immune to legal action against them for not only criminal negligence but also for monetary damages caused by their actions that are and will continue to cause me irreparable deleterious harm including pain and suffering, loss of wages, damaged property, and damage to our reputation and any future earnings…then we need to follow thru with a lawsuit for damages and code of ethics violations as well as prosecution for the abuse of power under color of law…

I hope we can get the politicians to remove the STATIC-99/R from any future laws. As some have rightfully said, the STATIC ought only be used for parole/probation supervision for the first 5-years. The STATIC ought never be used for anything else. The STATIC should NOT especially be used to determine whether one should register for LIFE. The STATIC is a very limited “tool.” CASOMB and SARATSO has been very dishonest about what the STATIC can and can’t do. And I hope this organization puts some intellectual thought and research into showing why using the STATIC will cause a slippery slope.

Would be a great experience. But what about those that have to work on those days?

I am missing some important information here, maybe just because I’m ignorant….but the address listed in the post, ( on K street, 17th floor, etc.), that’s in Sacramento or LA? I live in the SF Bay Area and could even travel to Sacramento to help with lobbying efforts or ?. However travel to LA area for training and then Sacramento for lobbying is beyond my resources right now. So if anyone could enlighten me it would be much appreciated, thanks.
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