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Resource ID: #13442
Subject: Children
Source: New York Times Magazine


The New York Times Magazine investigates the debate over Megan's Law, a 1994 ruling designated to protect the public from released sex offenders by insuring that local authorities know their whereabouts. While helping to protect the rights of children, Megan's law also may result in double punishment for paroled offenders, preventing them from holding new jobs or recovering to start a new life. (July 28, 1996)

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