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NV: Giunchigliani amendment exempted teachers from bill expanding sex offender reporting laws

[rgj.com – 5/23/18]

Democratic governor hopeful Chris Giunchigliani, a former teacher and state lawmaker, helped hollow out a proposed law that would’ve required teachers who have sex with an underage student to register as sex offenders.

Then-Assemblywoman Giunchigliani — an ex-teachers union boss who in January won an endorsement from the Nevada State Education Association — waited until the second-to-last day of the 2005 legislative session to submit an amendment that scuttled a proposed expansion of sex offender reporting laws.

Her last-minute revision came less than two weeks after the Assembly Judiciary Committee agreed that convicted sex offenders who worked as teachers, mental health workers and prison employees should count among those required to register with, and be supervised by, the state.

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  1. David

    The article states she “opposed the measure because she feared parole and probation officers didn’t have the manpower to handle an increased sex offender supervision caseload.” I wholeheartedly agree – the manpower required to monitor Registrants is an enormous burden (and expense!) that should be relieved by ENDING THE REGISTRIES!!!! 😡 F***ing politicians will throw their “public safety” hyperbole out the window if it suits them, thus proving the Registries are NOT about public safety, but are meant for shaming, vengeance & retribution! 😡

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