Expiring law will let 1,300 sex offenders off registry

Lawmakers in Albany did not approve a bill that would have extended the supervision of Level 1 sex offenders by another decade, so more than

Lawmakers in Albany did not approve a bill

Lawmakers in Albany did not approve a bill that would have extended the supervision of Level 1 sex offenders by another decade, so more than 1,300 such convicts are set to come off the state's registry. (August 3, 2016 10:33 PM)

Lawmakers in Albany did not approve a bill that would have extended the supervision of Level 1 sex offenders by another decade, so more than 1,300 such convicts are set to come off the state's registry.

Assemblyman Dean Murray from East Patchogue sponsored the bipartisan bill. He says the sex offenders should not be removed from the registry. He claims many of them who are considered low-level...

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