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Redemption or forever condemned?

Redemption:  Is redemption possible or are wrongdoers forever condemned?  Chicago’s renowned Steppenwolf Theater Company tackles that issue with “Downstate,” a new play by Pulitzer and Tony Award-winner Bruce Norris premiering in Chicago on Sept. 20 and running through Nov. 11, 2018; the play is already slated for a London production in spring 2019.  Downstate comes to the stage as the…

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NARSOL’S AR affiliate: “Limit registry access to LE”

By Amanda Claire Curcio . . . Arkansas has about 15,800 registered sex offenders — 526 offenders for every 100,000 residents — the second-highest total in the country based on population, recent national research shows. The manager of the state’s sex-offender registry says the numbers are misleading. “It’s not like we have 16,000 sex offenders roaming loose around Arkansas,” said…

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Registry Matters Episode 42 – What the world would be like if confrontation clauses didn’t exist

RM42 – What the World Would Be Like If Confrontation Clauses Didn’t Exist

This week brings us to Episode 42 of the podcast. We are deeply humbled receiving yet another patron, Tim! Thank you to all of our patrons for supporting the show. Does NARSOL get credit for the shelters being open during the hurricane in the Carolinas? Press release here: We delve into the week’s news and comments with both good…

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FAC Letter to Gov. Rick Scott

Next week, the State of Florida is encouraging Dads to become involved in their children’s education, by promoting a “take your Dad to work day” A proclamation from Governor Scott touts all the benefits of having ones father or father figure involved in their upbringing. Yet – a segment of Florida’s children (thousands, in fact) are not able to have…

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