NARSOL quoted extensively in Cincinnati Enquirer Halloween piece

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By Sandy . . . This time of the year presents many opportunities for advocates to educate the public about facts pertaining to any connection between those on the registry, children, and Halloween. And actually there is only one fact: there is no connection. It is a totally made up issue.

As NARSOL’s communications director, I am often the first to be approached by journalists with questions or for information or a request for an interview. Almost without exception, the interviewing journalists are respectful and very accurate in relating what I have said during the interview. Cameron Knight with the Cincinnati Enquirer is no exception. He has written a very accurate and informative piece; as the piece is available to the public only with a subscription, it is viewable to our readers here.

Many thanks to the Cincinnati Enquirer and to Mr. Knight.

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