Slowly, Some States Rethink Sex Registries for Juveniles

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After years of advocating sex offender registries, a few states are rethinking policies allowing juveniles to be placed on them, reports Stateline. In Oregon and Delaware, lawmakers have given judges more power to review who goes on the registry. In Pennsylvania, courts have ended lifetime registration for juveniles. Driving the changes are concerns that putting
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