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ACSOL to Lead Lobbying Effort on Jan. 30 and 31

The Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL) will lead a lobbying effort on Jan. 30 and 31 in Sacramento to discuss both the tiered registry bill and a bill that would prohibit all registrants from visiting all schools.

Registrants, family members and supporters are welcome to join the effort. Training will be provided on Jan. 30 at 9 a.m. in the ACSOL office at 1215 K Street, 17th Floor, Sacramento. Following training, individuals will be organized into teams in order to meet with elected officials and staff in the State Capitol.

The tiered registry bill is expected to be introduced in January 2017 by Senator Ricardo Lara, a Democrat from Long Beach. He is also Chairman of the Appropriations Committee. The schools bill (Senate Bill 26) was introduced in December 2016 by Senator Connie Leyva, a Democrat from Fontana.

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Kudos to all of you. The Bill prohibiting past offenders from visiting a school is insane! As noted, not all registered citizens are the same. I personally drop my son off at school, pick him up and periodically attend musically related presentations or back to school night? So, this proposal is way out of line! (Ignorant). This bill would actually endanger students by prohibiting parent involvement? We have convicted drug dealers, spousal abusers, drug users, prostititutes, gang members and recently released murderers with more rights? So, what’s more dangerous? A guy with an expunged battery/summary probation/massage parlor involved from 20 years ago or some repeat parole? Get real!

This Bill (SB-26) is only (I hope) political posturing for their constituents with local school boards. School boards and legislative members like to be seen as pro-active towards child safety whether they are founded by facts or not. The bill might be pushed anyway with the understanding of it’s inability to pass committee. There’s a great deal of space for legal challenge due to fundamental violations of parental rights.

I would agree with what Robert said there is too much room for challenge…..I spoke with several guys who I work with that are not RSO’s and do not know I’am, and they said if they go to events where there are children unsupervised , they will not go near them. They say there is a witchhunt on and anybody is fair game!

Our first day of lobbying went great today! If you fellow Californian RCs could have seen how open many of chiefs of staff were to hearing our viewpoints, it would have given you hope! We had a very good turnout. Wish you could have come!

Thanks Roger, and everyone involved!
That’s Awesome.

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