In Episode 68 of Registry Matters, we cover a town in Massachusetts that wants to use intervention and counseling before behavior escalates; We continue to hamper formerly incarcerated people from moving on in life; Law enforcement and victims advocates are scrambling in PA and MI regarding people coming off the public registry; Decades after; people are civilly suing organizations; Executive budget proposes 1/5 of the funding for The First Step Act; The cost of phone calls from prison and jail are often predatory; Compelled speech could be used to fight the registry; California governor to stop executions; You can flip off a cop if you want to
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One thought on “RM68: Why Does PA & MI Try To Keep Everyone Forever?”
Why does Michigan want to keep people forever? Because this is now a communist state and that’s what communist do. The yellow-streaked back politicians here don’t want to be seen as defending “predators” (even the “news” media uses that term when talking about the registry) even thought eh 6th Circuit struck down the law as unconstitutional punishment and SCOTUS let that ruling stand by not hearing the case from Michigan. The registry will finally end here as it should. The ACLU is fighting it and looking to open legislative hearings on the matter as well as pursuing it in Court to enforce the 6th Circuit decision.