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HB10-1364: Controversial Colorado Sex-Offender Bill Advances

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A heated committee hearing over a proposal to extend a state sex-offender policy board ended in wide bi-partisan support, the Colorado Independent reports. The bill rankled detractors in its details not its main purpose. Aurora Democratic Rep. Su Ryden’s HB 1364 would extend the stat’s sex offender management board by five years and removed language from the board’s current directive to treat sex offenders under the theory that there is “no known cure” for the condition.

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