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NY: Congress passes bill giving NY youth groups access to FBI sex offender database


WASHINGTON — Sex offenders who move to New York state will no longer be able to exploit an FBI loophole when they apply for jobs at summer camps and other organizations that work with children, according to U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer.

A bill passed by Congress authorizes the FBI to make its full database available for employer background checks, regardless of where an individual had to register as a sex offender.

Schumer, D-N.Y., had tried for almost eight years to pass legislation that allows the FBI to release all of its information in the nationwide database to employers that work with children, the elderly or individuals with disabilities.

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  1. T

    Hmmm with public being able to get access to the registry and claim that they have the right to know with intentions of just keeping everyone safe, have only intentions to seek vengeance.

  2. Eric

    There is an all out assault on people who were charged with a sex crime in their past. I don’t understand what has generated this hatred. I mean drugs dealers, drunk drivers, hand guns, all of them damage a lot more people than the worst sex offenders. what is going on?

    • Tim Moore

      Nothing attracts or repulses like sex. Lawmakers know this and use it to their advantage. Why we are such a sex crazed country is another question no one seems to have answered.

  3. NY Level1

    It’s Schumer playing to the voters again. He’s the politico who donates and supports the very dangerous Laura A. Ahearn,. Schumer doesn’t care about children otherwise he’d devote more time and energy to the homeless, poor social services and the rest.

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