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September 18, 2007

NPR coverage of HRW report on sex offender laws

As detailed here, last week Human Rights Watch released a major new report about sex offender laws and policy, entitled "No Easy Answers: Sex Offender Laws in the US."  (The lengthy report is available at this link.)  Today's broadcast of NPR's Talk of the Nation included this long segment examining the report and reactions thereto.

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Thank you, Human Rights. These laws ARE additional punishment, discriminating and unconstitutional to ALL past offenders and their families. The UNITED STATES MUST stop branding kids SEX OFFENDERS. It is stigmatizing and harmful child abuse. Child abuse that lasts a LIFETIME !

Posted by: Nancy | Oct 5, 2007 1:35:31 PM

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