FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) — We are less than 100 days away from Halloween, and after Wednesday, parents won’t have to be as scared about sending the kids off to trick-or-treat.
Nothing is more important to Jennifer Quick than her four kids.
“My children’s safety is a top priority,” she said.
And as Act 463 goes into effect, she takes a sigh of relief.
“I feel like the lawmakers finally putting in some effort towards the safety of our children is a big deal and I think it’s a good reflection of the government right now,” said Quick, a mother of four.
The new law stops registered sex offenders from participating in things like wearing costumes and handing out candy when Oct. 31 rolls around.