The Civil Rights of Sex Offenders

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Residential limits are so strict that sex offenders have no choice but to be homeless or violate parole and return to prison. That's according to lawsuits filed against several cities and the State of California. Repeat offenses are very rare, but voter-approved penalties last a lifetime. We hear how a chamber-of-commerce "man of the year" was ruined 30 years after committing a sex crime. Also, in another symptom of changing demographics, a Latino gang drives a black family out of the city of Compton. On our rebroadcast of To the Point, the GOP and the lessons of last year's elections.

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Warren Olney