Minnesota Senate sends Gov. Dayton bill that would close sex offender loophole
The Minnesota Senate has sent Gov. Mark Dayton a bill to close a loophole in state sex offender law in response to the upcoming release of a convicted child molester into a halfway house. Current state law requires community notification when a sex offender moves into a community, but not if that person moves into a halfway house. The bill widens the notification requirement to cover any "residence facility."Word count: 132
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