International Megan’s Law to Prevent Demand for Child Sex Trafficking (HR 4573): Misguided and ineffective policy

On May 20, 2014, the United States House of Representatives passed the International Megan’s Law to Prevent Demand for Child Sex Trafficking, HR 4573 (IML) by voice vote. It is now awaiting action by the Senate. IML is a misguided attempt to address the very real problem of sex trafficking. It should not pass the Senate.

IML intrudes on the fundamental right of certain American citizens who are required to register as former sex offenders (hereafter called “Registered Citizens”) to travel freely without interference from their government….  READ MORE

1 comment for “International Megan’s Law to Prevent Demand for Child Sex Trafficking (HR 4573): Misguided and ineffective policy

  1. Calvin J Stone
    June 24, 2014 at 8:29 am

    So I take it, where I have a passport I paid for in 2011 and been to Colombia 3 time. and I am a sex offender will not be able to go to other places? Or if I do I will be arrested when I come back? They should just put me on a island. That’s what it will come too.

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