Proposed Bill in Mississippi Will Make Employment for Sex Offenders Even More Difficult

A bill pending in the Mississippi Legislature would require employers of registered sex offenders to notify parents or guardians of minors who might be in direct, private and unsupervised contact with the employee.

The bill would apply to all registered sex offenders regardless of the date of conviction.

The House Judiciary B Committee on Tuesday passed Senate Bill 2532 to the full House for a vote. If the full House approves it, the bill will go to Gov. Phil Bryant to sign.

The bill can be read here:

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