Kansas Legislature considers registry changes

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      The Hutchinson News The state’s offender registry began with efforts to track sex offenders. Over the past two decades, the registry has expanded to a
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      Tim in WI

      The author’s reference to ” nothing to lose” reminded me of The President’s campaign woo to inner city black vote, ” what the hell do you have to loose. ”

      It also reminded me the increasing prison time for sex assault will lead to more deaths and not less. Attack begets more violence not less.

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