Thursday, October 16 2014
The Center for Individual Freedom today launched a public education effort in Arkansas focused on educating and encouraging the states’ citizens to urge state elected leaders to support strong legislative action to crack down on sex offenders.
The effort includes a television advertisement urging Arkansas citizens to contact State Representative Nate Steel and urge him to do more in the state legislature to get tough on sex offenders.
The ad points out that Representative Steel, in the 89th General Assembly, was the only member present to refuse to vote yes on S.B. 12 – legislation banning violent sex offenders from children's swimming areas, playgrounds and parks. Further, in the 88th General Assembly, Representative Steel opposed legislation (H.B. 1408) banning sex offenders from living near elementary schools and playgrounds.
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