Illinois gets penalized yearly for not meeting federal Sex Offender Registry standards, but keeps getting money back

Illinois loses grant money every year as a penalty for failing to meet federal standards with our Sex Offender Registry. CBS 2’s Tara Molina found Illinois manages to get that money back – more than $2.5 million worth. But the state still is not in good standing. This has been going on for more than 10 years. Illinois loses grant money every single year since the state isn’t in compliance with the federal Sex Offender Registry and Notification Act, or SORNA. But we found…

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