Minnesota Cities Move to Ban Released Sex Offenders

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Growing numbers of sex offenders are remaining confined in Minnesota’s controversial treatment program even after judges approved their release, amid an intensifying local backlash against state efforts to return them to the community, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Across the state, anxious communities are rushing to pass extraordinary rules aimed at banning sex offenders from moving in, with far-reaching ordinances . . .

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