We recorded in our secret hideaway bunker that Larry has to mask Andy to conceal its location, we recorded episode 94 on Sunday morning. A rare event where we’re recording face to face.
We start off with a story of travel challenges at the rental counter for a good laugh; Then we move into a listener question from Will regarding levels of scrutiny including an answer from the late Antonin Scalia; An individual sued Utah to be removed from the registry, and lost; Molly Janes law in Texas creates a requirement by law enforcement to track repeat offenders in an FBI database; Back to Utah, where another individual was released after spending 14 years in jail after being wrongly convicted; Man wins case for being locked up for being homeless in Oregon. Will the legislature go behind it and “fix” this?; Epstein accusers are dealt a setback in government plea deal; Southern Poverty Law Center sues Alabama that the having minors put on the registry is cruel; Southern states are removing restrictions on licensed trade jobs for felons; Registrants in Indiana are less likely to be allowed to advertise babysitting; Cellphone data used to convict people found to be flawed, forcing officials to release 32 inmates;
[6:40] Question from Will regarding levels of scrutiny, and a special guest answer
[1:19:50] Scalia on Evolutionism versus Originalism
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