CO Revising Sex Offender Law That Critics Say Goes Too Far

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Colorado’s sex offenders maintain that the state treats them as pariahs, closely monitoring where they live, what they look at, who they talk to and what they discuss. One claimed he was warned against keeping a crucifix because it displayed partial nudity. Another, convicted of groping a woman, said he had to write down his thoughts every time he saw a school bus. The idea was to protect children, but the resulting system that cut off offenders from their . . .

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