International Megan’s Law Updates
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The April 2017 issue of Reason magazine is focused upon federal government actions that result in harm to registrants and their families. The magazine is currently available by subscription only and can be obtained at a price of $15 for an annual digital subscription at

The magazine includes a discussion of our challenge to the International Megan’s Law (IML) and includes accurate statements about the lawsuit and some of its plaintiffs starting on page 34. The article also criticizes the judge’s decision and concludes with the following statement: “What’s true of the IML is true of many laws targeting sex offenders: even if they are poorly designed to achieve their ostensible goal, politicians say they will protect children, and that’s rational enough for government work.”

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  1. Thanks for posting that.
    Its interesting, that the politicians hide so severely behind the “Protect the children” flag. I wonder what will be left of the rights of the children for the rest of their lives. The state prosecutors are increasingly applying the sex offender laws on children. (Sexting, Romeo & Juliet, etc.)

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