Bill To Close Megan's Law Loopholes Passes House – Advances To Senate

HARRISBURG, June 8 – The House of Representatives today unanimously passed legislation authored by state Rep. Rick Taylor, D-Montgomery, that would require convicted sex offenders who are homeless to register with state police under Megan’s Law

The legislation (H.B. 1926) would also require Megan’s Law registrants that cease to have a residence to report in person to the Pennsylvania state Police on a weekly basis until they again establish a residence.  Read original article


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