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Conferences on the calendar

The first one is less than a month away. It is the 4th state annual conference held by RSOL’s Texas affiliate organization, Texas Voices for Reason and Justice. “United for Reform” will be held on February 21 and 22 at 3014…

Decision in Washington, D.C.

The court ruled that the website displaying those who maintain and otherwise promote the public sex offender registry may remain. Read about it here; both Vicki Henry of W.A.R. and long-time activist Derek Logue gave excellent statements to the press.

Excitement in Washington, D.C.

Our sister organization Women Against Registry—W.A.R.—will be in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, January 28, in support of a hearing to determine if artist and political activist Dennis Sobin is within his rights to post a website, www.IdiotsRegistry.info,  listing those government…

From Florida CURE

CURE is an organization that advocates for prison and criminal justice reform and prisoners’ rights for all affected. Their stance on sexual offense issues and the registry is identical to that of RSOL. Their Florida chapter put this on their site.…

The year in review

As we look back at 2013 and begin yet another year of activism, our spirits are buoyed by the hope for an even better year to come.  These past twelve months have been a banner year of growth and expansion…

Halloween hysteria at all-time high

HALLOWEEN HYSTERIA AT ALL-TIME HIGH ADVOCACY ORGANIZATION SUGGESTS AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH Reform Sex Offender Laws, Inc. (RSOL) calls on the media to reevaluate the sensationalized reporting of law-enforcement’s annual Halloween activities that are purportedly intended to keep children safe from…