Lax Law Prompts Sex Offenders To Live In Nevada

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Nevada's 1997 sex offender law is failling short of its promise to heighten public awareness of predatory criminals victimizing women and children, an investigation by the Reno Gazette-Journal found. Megan's laws – ordered by federal mandates after the 1994 assault and murder of 7-year-old Megan Kanka by a sex offender living near her in New
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