Weekly Update 2020-09-22 Ref#112

Dear Members and Advocates, On Friday, the world lost Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Her death was a great loss to the Court and to those who shared her ideologies, but it was also a great loss to our cause. RBG was one of only two Justices that dissented...

Weekly Update 2020-09-01 Ref#111

Dear Members and Advocates, The California Bill that we wrote about last week was signed off by Governor Newsom. That’s good news. What continues to boggle the mind is how two stories can present completely different perspectives on the same set of facts and how so...

Weekly Update 2020-09-08 Ref#109

Dear Members and Advocates, Something good was spun so horribly wrong that it’s worthy of being the first thing we mention in this week’s update. California State Senator Scott Wiener set out to eliminate a significant disparity in the state’s sex offender...

Weekly Update 2020-09-01 Ref#107

Dear Members and Advocates, It’s so hard to explain something you don’t fully understand yourself. I’ll start with a basic fact: There’s no “Federal Registry.” When we go to re-register or report changes, we show up at our County Sheriff’s Office. That information...

Weekly Update 2020-08-26 Ref#106

Dear Members and Advocates, It has been a disappointing week. Yesterday, Brevard County Commissioners voted in favor (only one Commissioner voted against) of amending their proximity ordinance to include private businesses. From watching the simulcast of the meeting,...

Weekly Update 2020-08-18 Ref#105

Dear Members and Advocates, Before modern technology existed we had the public square. It was an open area, generally in the heart of a city, where people would gather to exchange information. If you couldn’t make it to the public square you would miss out on all the...

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