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Monthly Meetings: May 18 – Sacramento, July 20 – Berkeley [details]
April 20 Meeting Audio [Listen / Download]

Emotional Support Group Meetings – Los Angeles:  Apr 27  [details]

ACSOL Conference June 14/15 in Los Angeles

National

CT: Town repeals sex offender restrictions amid lawsuit

[apnews.com – 3/24/19]

WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (AP) — Residents of a Connecticut town have repealed a local ordinance that banned registered sex offenders from local parks, schools, the town library and other public places amid a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the law.

The Windsor Locks law was approved 11 years ago amid concerns about threats to children’s safety by people listed on the state’s sex-offender registry. A federal lawsuit by an anonymous resident and an advocacy group alleges the ordinance violates sex offenders’ constitutional rights.

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  1. Jun

    It’s happening.

    Lawsuits on neighboring NY is next.

  2. Laura

    Slowly but surely……Yeah!

  3. AJ

    Apparently trying to save just one child isn’t worth risking $500k. Snark aside, it’s good to see there are attorneys in place who see the constitutional issues surrounding these things. There’s no way the city would have folded so easily had their attorney told them they had a good chance.

    One more chip struck from the wall.

    • norman

      You know..they should have really fought hard to protect the children and put forward their evidence concerning the rampant sex offender problem they envision…F’n Cowards

    • e

      I was thinking the same way as to the “cost / benefits” analysis done by their city council. Amazingly sad how the child doesn’t seem to matter once money is brought into the picture. But then we already knew that from the school shootings, and vehicular deaths caused by faulty equipment. Of course this is different in that there is no danger to begin with, only manufactured concern for a false narrative.

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