The question to ask re sexual offense laws: What bad do they do?

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    By Rudy Apodaca . . . A not-so-uncommon story: The sexual assault victim — a girl of 16. She’s now 37 years old, happily married to the love of her li
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    Government found a way to create a sub group of citizens that are no longer eligible for the full protections of the constitution but yet must produce tax revenue to survive. Good luck trying to pry this from their hands! Only one thing can do this in this broken system that used to be the UNITED STATES of AMERICA. It has to look bad to their voters. One problem people like to have a subclass of citizens to make them feel above, and Hollywood is making sure to fuel the fear fire. Find a way to make people ashamed of this policy and it will disappear. The best thing I have seen so far is showing front and center the damages of children who’s parents are on the registry. Do it for the children is how they got these laws to pass in the first place.

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      Facts should matter

      It’s socially acceptable discrimination pure and simple. Some claim that it’s not “the end of the world” once you’re publicly listed on the registry, but your life, IN this world – is severely devalued and irreperably diminished.

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        I agree. The end of hopes and dreams it is.

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