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    CA Govenor Signs Package of Sex Predator Laws

    California has six new laws on the books Wednesday intended to strengthen protections against sexual predators.

    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed the legislation Wednesday morning. In brief, the measures will: make the use of electronic monitoring a permanent program; increase penalties for child rapists, child pornographers and Internet predators; require registered sex offenders to disclose their registration status to prospective employers when applying for certain jobs; prohibit child molesters from employing minors and creates a sex offender management board to better track parolees.

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    http://www.news10.net/storyfull2.aspx?storyid=20150

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    Good going.....
    What state has the harshes laws, California?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pharlap
    Good going.....
    What state has the harshes laws, California?
    I believe South Carolina has them beat with the death penalty as an option for predators.

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    I doubt CA has the toughest laws although maybe they will start keeping track of these predators and bring down the hammer. Sounds like S Carolina has the right idea!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chicoliving
    I doubt CA has the toughest laws although maybe they will start keeping track of these predators and bring down the hammer. Sounds like S Carolina has the right idea!!
    Wonderful!! This is another step in the right direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakerprune64
    Wonderful!! This is another step in the right direction.
    Sure is!!

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    Way to go SC and Cal! We really need to crack down on these predators. Washington needs to follow suit!

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    A judge has blocked the CA law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewingDeb
    I believe South Carolina has them beat with the death penalty as an option for predators.
    I oppose the death penalty as too lienient - there is always a chance of reincarnation!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Doogie
    I oppose the death penalty as too lienient - there is always a chance of reincarnation!

    I like your way of thinking!




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