Reply To: SCOTUS Denies to Hear Muniz

Robin Vander Wall
Robin Vander Wall

Just to set the record for anyone else who may wish to understand what transpired, Reform Sex Offender Laws (RSOL) formed as a national organization in 2007 and was incorporated in 2011. RSOL was certified as a 501(c)(4) by the IRS in 2014. In December, 2016, RSOL’s board officially changed the name from Reform Sex Offender Laws (RSOL) to the National Association for Rational Sexual Offense Laws (NARSOL) and merged the old corporation into a newly established corporation bearing the new name.

The old website domains, and, continue to remain active as redirects to and NARSOL continues to own those domain names, among others.

ACSOL was formerly the California affiliate of RSOL and was more commonly known as CA-RSOL until such time as it separated and formed anew. There are no remaining ties between NARSOL and ACSOL and both organizations operate quite independently of each other.

Any other organization in existence that includes the letters “RSOL” in its name is very likely a state-level affiliate of NARSOL that works with us in advocacy within their respective jurisdictions.