RM295: Can This Bill Be Stopped? Inside the Fight Against Oklahoma's "Knights Law"

RM295: Can This Bill Be Stopped? Inside the Fight Against Oklahoma’s “Knights Law”

In this episode of Registry Matters, we focus on legislative advocacy, specifically discussing a lengthy bill from Oklahoma and its potential impact. We listen to a voicemail to address issues raised by Eric in a voicemail.

[3:11] Listener Alex, worried about a police visit after his son’s doctor visit, seeks advice.

[31:57] Oklahoma legislation aims to harshly penalize sex crimes against minors, inspired by a tragic family murder-suicide. It proposes life without parole and the potential death penalty for offenders. Critics doubt its effectiveness but note strong support due to its focus on child protection.

[52:13] Washington’s public defender system is facing a breakdown, leaving communities affected. Despite the legal right to a government-provided attorney for those unable to afford one, some in Washington state are not receiving this assistance promptly.


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The Registry Matters Podcast’s mission is to cover issues surrounding the Registry. We cover cases that will peel back the veneer of what we need to do to change our lives for the better. We cover news articles that spark conversations about the total insanity of this modern day witch hunt. This podcast will call out bad policy and call out those that are making bad policy.

To change things for the positive, we need to act. We are 6-7-8-900k strong. With that many people, plus their friends and family, over a million people are affected by the registry. We should be able to secure donations to hire lawyers and lobbyists to move the agenda in our favor. We need our people to be represented.

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