it is absolutely unecessary to further punish sex offenders by substituting federal law for state statutes. The current statutes are already explicit enough to regulate and punish sex offenders without any additional regulation from the federal government. I also see this as an interference with the states rights to regulate and establish laws for the citizens of the state. So far the federal legisltion has not been retroactive and I have a ruling in the state court that declares it unconstitutional to enact any law that is retroactive to the time it is enacted, so this legislation my not stand the test of judicial review as written, therefore being a waste of time and resources when other pressing matters need your attention.

With the sincere hope that this argument find credance with all involved,


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