NARSOL AR affiliate testifies at House committee; Halloween restrictions bill stopped – at least for now

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      By Jeannie Roberts . . . A bill that would prohibit sex offenders from participating in certain Halloween-related activities had a setback Thursday in
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      Tim on Wisconsin

      Another win for rationality. Halloween is NOT a gov recognized holiday.
      The affirmative disability imposed by local tyrants who think they have legislative powers because their leadership have thrown off constitutional limits at every turn. The sex offender being the most viable scapegoat for political security given unfettered uses of databases. Free Men are paid to maintain machines, the registrant pays to maintain the state’s database machine. SORNA is the new form of indentured servitude. The electronic sort, with excellent marketing and packaging. Tools all.

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      Dustin

      I wrote to Garner and Rogers both about this inane proposal. Not surprisingly, I didn’t get a reply. I doubt that they read my email, or that they would care if they did as I am a registrant and not a resident of Arkansas.

      Nonetheless, I repeat that followers of NARSOL and sites like it should start writing directly to lawmakers and reporters/editors as opposed to just on here, FAC, ACSOL, or SOSEN. Nothing is accomplished by our population repeating the same facts to each other. Start bombarding the legislators who devise this insanity and the journalists who support it if you want them to give the second thought that they should have been doing before they wrote the first word of their latest stupid law or story.

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      citizen

      At least some one is doing something successfully. Good going, and I hope she’s ready for the next fight.

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      Kerry

      God bless NARSOL and the work you are doing. Great news.

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      mike

      It’s as if they didn’t expect that question to come up and for the bill to just breeze by

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