Reply To: NARSOL gears up to challenge Int’l Megan’s Law

David Kennerly

Well, Robin, if NARSOL and its lawyers have no faith in any other portion of IML being defeated then why bother to challenge the passport mark? It is clearly the less egregious of the elements of this new regime. We have already been unable to travel to much of the rest of the world WITHOUT that mark. The notification system is what is absolutely blocking our path now. Adding the mark is much more symbolic than meaningful, with the exception that banks and hotels will see it.

I’d say, just save your money and do something else. Meanwhile, the rest of us can find lawyers who see this law and its effect, as a whole, unconstitutional and know it to be so. We need people who are going to fight this as aggressively as possible and not just chase down some odious symbology.