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S12rs Sgr No. 8 (Smoking Receptacles), Bostick Apr 2012

S12rs Sgr No. 8 (Smoking Receptacles), Bostick

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

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S12rs Sgr No. 24 (Hb 407), Taylor, Guarisco, Caffarel Apr 2012

S12rs Sgr No. 24 (Hb 407), Taylor, Guarisco, Caffarel

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

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S12rs Sgr No. 15 (Bike Safety), Wyatt Apr 2012

S12rs Sgr No. 15 (Bike Safety), Wyatt

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

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S12rs Sgr No. 5 (Traffic Lights), Pace Apr 2012

S12rs Sgr No. 5 (Traffic Lights), Pace

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

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S12rs Sgr No. 4 (Campus Transit Finals), Westbrook, Taylor Apr 2012

S12rs Sgr No. 4 (Campus Transit Finals), Westbrook, Taylor

Student Senate Enrolled Legislation

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No Contact Parole Restrictions: Unconstitutional And Counterproductive, Sharon Brett Jan 2012

No Contact Parole Restrictions: Unconstitutional And Counterproductive, Sharon Brett

Michigan Journal of Gender & Law

Although what Jesse Timmendequas did was abhorrent, the legislation enacted in the wake of his crime went far beyond making sure we know the pedophiles or pedophile-murderers living in our neighborhoods. Megan's name now lends itself to a host of state laws requiring the state to notify neighbors when a sex offender moves into the neighborhood. The term "sex offender" is intentionally broad, covering everyone from voyeurs and exhibitionists to rapists and child molesters. Yet, Megan's Laws treat them the same way, ignoring some crucial questions: Are all sex offenders alike? Are they all monsters? In reality, the ...