http://www.startribune.com/stories/462/4029046.html A Minnesota law requiring people to register as a sex offender even though they have not been convicted of a sex crime was upheld yesterday by a federal appeals court. However, Judge C. Arlen Beam said that the law and state courts' interpretation of it of "turn reason and fairness on its head." Brian Gunderson was charged in 1998 with first-degree criminal sexual conduct after a woman he met in a bar accused him of rape. Gunderson denied raping . . .
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