California Court Broadens Sex-Crime Registry

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California's supreme court ruled this week that people convicted of minor sex offenses can be required to register with the state's sex offender registry. As NPR's Richard Gonzales reports, the ruling overturns a previous supreme court ruling from 21 years ago.



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