House Speaker Rusty Bowers’ bill to allow some people to petition to stop registering as a sex offender is back on track after his counterpart in the Senate gave it a chance to pass a key legislative roadblock.
For several weeks, Senate President Karen Fann had kept House Bill 2613 from getting a hearing in the Senate Rules Committee, which she chairs. Fann, a Prescott Republican, held the bill after details became public about sex crimes charges that former Rep. David Stringer had faced in Maryland in the early 1980s, saying it had become “muddied with what happened over the last few weeks.”
Now, HB2613 moves to the full Senate after the Rules Committee gave it a green light on Monday.
This is the woman I had an email conversation with about the mis information that was being distributed. I hope she looked into my claims and found them valid.