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Repeat child sex offenders could face death

March 23, 2006
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Proposal before Senate would allow execution in child assault cases March 23, 2006 By Tim Smith CAPITAL BUREAU COLUMBIA — State senators are considering a proposal that would allow South Carolina to execute those convicted two or more times of sexually assaulting children. The amendment came as the Senate took up sexual offender...
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FBI finally complies with law on missing children

March 9, 2006
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By THOMAS HARGROVE Scripps Howard News Service March 09, 2006 WASHINGTON – The FBI, for the first time, has complied with a 1990 act of Congress by issuing a public accounting of 662,196 lost, runaway and kidnapped children reported by police to state and federal authorities last year. Fifty-eight percent of the missing...
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Senate OKs tougher sentence for first-time sex offenders

February 10, 2006
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By Todd Dorman of the Muscatine Journal Capital Bureau DES MOINES — First-time sex offenders who strike children would serve a mandatory 25-years-to-life prison sentence under legislation endorsed Thursday by Republican and Democratic leaders in the evenly divided Iowa Senate. The bill, co-sponsored by 45 members of the 50-member Senate, targets adults convicted...
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Hospital ends giving birth announcements to media

February 10, 2006
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BY BARRY GINTER THE OLYMPIAN Parents who deliver their children at Providence St. Peter Hospital will have to take an extra step to get their birth announcements in a newspaper. The hospital has decided to take the advice of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and will no longer provide lists...
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Garcia’s plan to track sex offenders so far is the best one out there

February 2, 2006
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The Desert Sun February 2, 2006 The old saying “Something is better than nothing” certainly applies to Assemblywoman Bonnie Garcia’s bill creating special enforcement teams that would visit sex offenders at their homes. While state Democrats and Republicans can’t seem to agree on a plan to track more than 17,500 missing sex offenders,...
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Bill seeks to classify all sex offenders — Many not assessed for level of risk

January 19, 2006
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BY FREDERICK MELO Pioneer Press Jan. 19, 2006 A proposed law would require all registered sex offenders to be assigned a risk level – even if they never went to prison. The legislation would close a “king-sized” loophole in the state’s sex-offender notification law, said the bill’s sponsor, state Rep. Joseph Atkins, DFL-Inver...
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Sex-offender bill is rejected

January 11, 2006
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By Kevin Yamamura — Bee Capitol Bureau The Sacramento Bee January 11, 2006 A state Senate committee on Tuesday killed a “Jessica’s Law” proposal to punish sex offenders that was one of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s top priorities this year. Senate Bill 588 by Sen. George Runner, R-Lancaster, would have increased penalties for various...
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President Signs H.R. 972, Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act

January 10, 2006
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For Immediate Release Office of the Press Secretary January 10, 2006 Room 350 Eisenhower Executive Office Building 1:33 P.M. EST THE PRESIDENT:    Thank you all. Please be seated. Thanks for coming. I appreciate you all being here.    In a moment I’ll have the honor of signing the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act. Human...
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