The board of directors for the Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL) unanimously voted yesterday to discontinue its support for the March 2023 conference in Washington, D.C. Prior to that vote, ACSOL had donated $5,000 to the Women Against Registry foundation for that conference.
The ACSOL board’s decision yesterday followed a decision made a few weeks ago to withdraw its support for the vigil planned to be held in March 2023 near the U.S. Supreme Court. The purpose of the vigil was to educate the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the significant harm that has resulted from the Court’s decision stating that the requirement to register was an administrative requirement and not punishment.
Although ACSOL will not participate in the March 2023 events, the organization is exploring other methods by which to educate the U.S. Supreme Court. The methods could include litigation, creation of a video or support for an academic study.