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Legal action sways council in sex offender housing decision

Fullerton City Council unanimously voted to repeal a municipal code that imposed housing restrictions on child sex offenders. Full Article

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Thank you Frank and Janice.

This sounds very promising! And A congratulations on all who stood up and with Janice’s Help. Thank you!

I think the scales of Justice is starting to tip for the good.

This quote… priceless:

Although all council members voted to repeal the law, none said they wished to do so.

“This is disgusting obviously that the state courts have decided that communities cannot take further steps to protect its citizens, especially its children,” Council member Jennifer Fitzgerald said. “I take no pleasure in repealing this ordinance.”

New Person If we utilize The Parable of the Prodigal Son (also known as the Lost Son, Running Son, Loving Father, or Lovesick Father) as a template of Objective Morals from On High and project them onto our Time & Place. We can with ease correctly infer that “The Fullerton City Soviet” Members are in effect & practice “The Older Son” who refuse from their Whole Heart to participate in Redemption of “The Younger Son” which functions to heal The Whole Community. I ask Heaven & Earth to bear witness: How many times did not The Most High Father in… Read more »

Thank you Janice (& Frank and any others help repeal, of course, our Treasurer). He’s always on the Forefront, even at meetings. Good book too. Janice & Team, GO! Took a class decades ago at CSUF.
Good Deal, these cities are WAKING UP and realizing we are NOT Trolls under bridges, most part. Humane Treatment with Human Rights!

This is great to hear! I was turned away when a family members house in Fullerton was the only place I could stay about 5 years ago. Ended up living in a Motel 6 for 2 months. I want to move to Fullerton just to prove a point now. I was no harm and I am still no harm!

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