Ca. Debates Web Sex Offender Data; Fla., Ga. Cited

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In 1997, the San Jose, Ca., Police Department installed computers in each of its stations that listed sex offenders covered by Megan’s Law. Last year, only 430 people checked them out, reflecting a statewide decline in the database’s popularity, reports the Los Angeles Times. In December, San Jose became the first city in the state
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