Oregon Voices
Oregon Voices

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2017 Legislative committee report for Fall 2017

June 19, 2017. Packingham v North Carolina: The Supreme Court released its opinion that a North Carolina law prohibiting previously convicted sex offender from accessing or using “social networking” websites violates the Firs Amendment.


August 31, 2017. Senior US District Court Judge Richard P. Matsch holds the entire Colorado Sex Offender Registration Act unconstitutional as applied to three plaintiffs.




October 2, 2017. Snyder v Doe: The US Supreme Court upholds the decision of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals that Michigan’s registry is unconstitutionally punitive and in violation of the “ex post facto law.”


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