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NY: Local sex offender law ruled unconstitutional

A Cheektowaga law created more than a decade ago to serve as a tougher version of New York’s sex offender law. Now, it’s being called unconstitutional. Full Article

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  1. 1984

    What’s not to understand?

    • Harry

      Awh! 1984, lighten up on her, she most likely hit head on something when she fainted, after hearing about the ruling.

  2. Nondescript

    The council is going to ask the neighbors whether or not to keep it on the books even though it can not be a law anymore and the police can’t enforce it.

    Wow. These people suffer from cognitive dissonance.


      They drank the cool aid.

    • David

      Nondescript, yes, I thought the same thing when I read that: “WTF?” (I imagine one local saying, “Yeah, it’s unconstitutional, but we all just like it so darn much.”)

    • pgm111

      Cognitive dissonance exactly!

  3. Pull it from the books then

    Makes no sense to keep a law on the books you don’t enforce because you can’t enforce anymore. Pull it from the books unless you really want to appear in defiance of the courts by keeping it on the books, which then makes you look stupid and only want votes next time your election cycle comes around. The same is said for old laws you don’t enforce also, but that is for another time!

  4. NYLevel1

    oh please!!! who has ever heard of this 94.94% trash little town filled with hatred and pea minded idiots or rather Deplorables.

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