Lauren Book spends big in May, with nearly $800K still on-hand

Source: FloridaPolitics.com Incumbent state Sen. Lauren Book had another month of big spending. After shelling out more than $40,000 in April, she followed it up by topping more than $50,000 in May spending. Book’s impressive fundraising totals made those expenditures...

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Good news. A Win in Illinois!

In April, we wrote about an FAC member currently exiled from his home country because of International Megan's Law. One of our members, who has a decades-old conviction, for which he got probation, left the country 17 years ago and hasn’t come back. He went on to live...

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WA: County to pay $115K to man mistakenly listed as sex offender

FAC COMMENT: Gotta wonder how courts could argue that this is "non-punitive" when an individual gets a monetary judgment for being wrongly labeled? Would he have gotten six figures if the state wrongly marked him as a price club member? I think not! The county has...

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How Jim DeFede restored my faith in journalists

On July 27, 2005, Miami-Dade County Commissioner Art Teele walked into the Miami Herald building asking to speak to reporter Jim DeFede, After a phone conversation with DeFede, Teele shot himself. Committed suicide right there in the lobby! Earlier that day, the Miami...

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Lauren Book Re-Election Campaign in High Gear

Although she's running completely unopposed for Florida's 32nd Senate District (Broward County), Lauren Book is campaigning as if she were an underdog. In the past couple months, residents of the 32nd District got two extra large, full color brochures from Lauren...

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The goal of this legal challenge is to eliminate or significantly reduce the requirement to physically report (in-person) to the Sheriff's office.

Ex Post Facto Retainer

The goal of this legal challenge is to have the registry recognized as punitive rather than administrative. The most immediate and obvious consequence of this would be that only laws and registration requirements active at the time of offense could be applied to a registrant.

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The goal of this legal challenge is to eliminate or significantly reduce the requirement to physically report (in-person) to the Sheriff's office.

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The goal of this legal challenge is to remove anyone on the registry who is not currently residing in the Florida community.

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