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|Publication Type||Case Study|
|Year of Publication||2009|
|Authors||Funke, Rhiannon Dodds, Dillard Brenda, Potthast Adam, Boxall Susanna Flavia, Carr Edward, Carr Sarah, Diaz-Sprague Raquel, Elliott Deni, Funke Michael Brian, and Price Connie|
|Publisher||Association for Practical and Professional Ethics|
More than half of U.S. states have passed legislation to restrict the locations of where sex offenders can live, often keeping them from living within a given distance from schools, parks, school bus stops, and day care centers. While these laws enjoy support from many quarters, some opponents of these laws state that the cost of enforcing these laws is not justified by the protection it gives, and that these laws often force offenders into homelessness or cause them to provide false information to sex-offender registries as they try and find a place to live.
Case Study from the 2009 National Ethics Bowl. Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, 2009 http://www.indiana.edu/~appe/ethicsbowl.html
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